Citing the recent diplomatic backlash India faced from Muslim countries over BJP spokespersons Nupur Sharma and Naveen Jindal's derogatory comments against Prophet Mohammed, the Hindu Janjagruti Samiti said a 'Hindu Rashtra' was essential to give a befitting reply to such anti-India propaganda.
Addressing a press conference to announce the Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Rashtra convention in Goa at the Ramnathi temple in Ponda from June 12 to 18, HJS national guide, Charudatta Pingale said, many Islamic nations have come together to oppose India over the statements made by Nupur Sharma and Al Qaeda has directly threatened to attack India.
He lamented that nobody questions those who deliberately insult the sentiments of Hindus by questioning the worship of Shiv linga as 'Fountain' or Hindu Guptanga (Shivlinga)'.
"From this, it is clear why at least one nation of Hindus is needed in the world," Pingale argued.
Pingale was flanked at the press conference by Subhash Velingkar of the Goa Rajya Sanghachalak of 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai' organisation, the national spokesperson of HJS Ramesh Shinde and the spokesperson of the militant Sanatan Sanstha Chetan Rajhans.
Efforts will be made at the convention to decide the policy for the functioning of the Hindu Rashtra, Pingale further said, adding that holding a 'Hindu Rashtra Sansad' (Hindu Rashtra Assembly) will be a unique feature this year.
The Assembly will be held for three days during the convention, where experts on Parliamentary and Constitutional matters, model administration of temples and education policies will deliberate on these matters in a Hindu Rashtra.