Sunday, December 30, 2012

Dry Delhi & Moral education Must:VHP
VHP had condolences & Protests at Dozen places in Delhi
New Delhi. December 30, 2012. Vishwa Hindu Parishad(VHP) today demanded compulsory moral education and complete liquor free country to stop such heinous crimes against women and make citizens safe. Expressing his deep sorrow and paying rich tributes to the young lady who  became victim of the drunken in the national capital, the national spokesperson of VHP advocate Prakash Sharma said that country should be free from liquor and the moral education must be made mandatory in all schools of the country to avoid any such crime in future. He was speaking in Sanatan Dharm Mandir of GK-2 in south Delhi. VHP today organized condolence meetings at dozen places in Delhi.
According to shri Vinod Bansal, the media chief of VHP Delhi, today, we have paid rich tributes through havan satsang, Keertan & prayer meetings at different parts of Delhi. Many socio-religious organization, RWAs, Temple management committees etc have taken part in such meets. All present have demanded that our country should be made free from liquor and rich of moral education & values to save the nation from such menaces.
 The programs organized at Jyoti colony, Mayur Vihar Phase-2 & New Ashok Nagar of East Delhi, Chhatar pur, Pul Prahalad pur & Kalkaji in south Delhi and Nand Nagari, Mahalaxmi Nagar & Palam of West Delhi had large gathering. The state vice presidents shri Mahaveer Prasad, Gurdeen Prasad, Deepak kumar, Ujagar Singh & Brij Mohan Sethi, secretary general Satyendra Mohan, secretary Ram Pal Singh, organizing secretary Karuna Prakash, Rashtra Prakash and Manish Rai were amongst those who participated and addressed the large gatherings, Bansal added.

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