PM Modi, UP CM Adityanath expected for Dharma Samsath in Udupi – Nalin Kumar Kateel
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Udupi: Prime minister Narendra Modi, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and other top leaders including saints are expected to attend the Vishwa Hindu Parishad’s Dharma Samsath in Udupi from November 24 to 26 said Mangaluru MP Nalin Kumar Kateel.
He was speaking after inaugurating the Dharma Samsath programme office at the Sri Krishna Math premises on Saturday, September 9.
Dharma Samsath aims at providing remedies to the issues faced by Hindus across the nation. Decisions on unity and development of the Hindu religion will mark the religious meet. A decision of opening the lock of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya was taken during the last Dharma Samsath. This Dharma Samsath will take the decision to build the Ram Mandir, he added.
Today the Hindu Community suffers from various types of attacks. The Hindu Community should work with unity towards eliminating untouchability. The Dharma Samsath will unite all Hindus. We should set aside our differences and work towards the unity of all Hindus. In Karnataka and Kerala state a number of Love Jihad cases have been reported. Recently the Supreme Court ordered an NIA probe into the case of a Hindu girl converting to Islam in Kerala. Our Hindu community should come out from all these problems, the Dharma Samsath will take a right decision for all the problems, he said.
T Gautham Pai managing director of Manipal Media Network inaugurated the office by lighting the lamp and wished all success for the Dharma Samsath.
Sri Vishwa Prasanna Theertha Swamiji of Pejawar Math said that Hinduism has a history of unity. To retain that unity among the Hindu brothers Dharma Samsath has been organised. By organising such a programme we can lead Hindus in the path of religion and culture. Discussions will be held on Conversion, Cow slaughtering and other issues. An important decision of building the Ram Mandir will be made, he added.
Prof. M B Puranik, T Shambhu Shetty, Vilas Nayak, Basavaraj and others were present on the occasion.