Tuesday, July 22, 2014

VSK Chennai Sandesh



Huge Hindu Munnani demo on temple issue
Valluvar Kottam, a huge traffic junction in the heart of Chennai metropolitan city witnessed a strong contingent of over 1,000 saffron flag wielding workers of Hindu Munnani vociferously demanding proper upkeep of Hindu temple properties, puja and traditions. Incidentally, the State Government controls over 36,000 Hindu temples through its Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Board. In all the temples, the Hindu Munnani insisted appointment of properly trained Archakas of all communities and training of Mangala Vadyam (Naadaswaram) teams.  The Chennai demonstration, part of a state-wide campaign, was led by Sri Muruganandam, State Organiser, Hindu Munnani, Sri G Karthikeyan, Vice-President, Sri Manohar, City Secretary and Sri R Krishnamurthy City Treasurer.

  Snail’s pace in Jihadi case investigation
The Tamilnadu police are investigating murderous jihadi attacks on snail’s pace as shown by the case of the murder (on June 18) of Thiruvallur Hindu Munnani President KP Suresh.  Two jihadis were approached by a teenage job seeker, goes the police story.  The jihadis, identified as Nazeer Jalaluddin and Abu Thahir, assured a job on condition of spying on and identifying Suresh to the murderers, which the lad did and the murder was committed. A magistrate remanded the teenager and one Kaja Mohideen of Cuddalore (the district which has become notorious for ISIS links in Tamilnadu). 

A Mega Hindu Event in Chennai
In July 2014, Chennaiites witnessed a five day mega event in which, according to the Spokesperson of the organizers, Sri Nambi Narayanan eight lakh people visited the 260 stalls which were put up by 238 Hindu organizations.  The mega event was the Sixth Hindu Spiritual and Service Fair. The organizers mobilized school children in a big way.  One lakh students witnessed the fair and 3,500 school students drawn from 358 schools reached the finals of cultural competitions in which a total of 40,000 students had participated.

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