Monday, September 26, 2016

State Executive Meet of Hindu Munnani concludes, passes 11 resolutions



 

Hindu Munnani two-day State General Body Meet was held on 24-25th September at Tiruppur. Shri Kadeshwara C Subramaniam, State President presided over the meet. Shri Karvendhan, Member of Parliament, lit the lamp and inaugurated the conference.
RSS District President Palanisamy, Vivekananda Education Society leader Ramaswamy, State General Secretaries of Hindu Munnani Shri N Muruganandam, Shri Arasuraja, Shri Parameswaran, State Organiser Shri Bakthavatsalam, State Vice President Shri VP Jayakumar, Shri Poosappan, Advocate Shri Karthikeyan, Joint State Organiser Shri Ponnaiah, State Treasurer Shri Shanmugasundaram, State Secretaries Shri Annadurai, Shri Raja, Shri Sanilkumar, Shri Muthukumar, Shri Kishorekumar, Shri Thamu Venkateswaran, State Executive Members, Shri Mayakoothan, Shri Rajesh, Shri Manohar, Shri Kutralanathar, Shri Senthilkumar, district, panchayat, city representatives participated in the meet.

In the beginning, Hindu Munnani paid tributes to the departed souls in the recent times for serving the society.

                                     

Hindu Munnani passed eleven resolutions in the meet on:

1. Strongly Condemns the brutal attack by the terrorists on Armed forces at Uri, Kashmir
2. Condemning the protest siege demo by anti-national/anti-social elements on RSS State Headquarters, Chennai
3. Hindu Munnani resolves not to take any compensation from the State Government for the families who were either killed or injured in the attacks
4. Condemns the appeasement politics
5. Demands to install jammers in prisons
6. Prays to God to invoke good attitude towards Hindu organizations
7. Demands probe on repeated lover murders in the state
8. Hindu Munnani appeals the society to welcome the New Education Policy -2016 of the Central Government.
9. Strongly condemns the politics played on Kaveri issue.
10. Hindu Munnani warns the Islamic threat to the state
11. Objects the reservations/compensations given to the converted Christians and the so-called Dalits.

The two-day meet concluded with the passing of the resolutions.



























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