Because they cannot ban Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Jnanjagruti Samiti (HJS), the rulers are putting a ban on the propagation of the mission of these organisations ! The rulers who have imposed a ban on the websites of the Samiti today, will not hesitate to impose a ban on 'Sanatan Prabhat' as well as Sanatan Sanstha and HJS, tomorrow.
Mumbai : According to an order from the Union Government, 250 websites that spread provocative news about the riots in Assam have been banned. Since yesterday, whenever readers throughout Bharat tried to visit http://www.hindujagruti.org, they were getting the message ‘As per the instructions from the Telecommunication department, this website has been blocked’. As a result they could not visit the website. If the readers have experienced this, please let us know the name of the city, State, date etc. Samiti is consulting legal experts on this issue.
Samiti's page on the social networking website Facebook also blocked !
After this decision, from the night of 19.8.2012 Samiti's page ‘http://www.facebook.com/Hindujagruti’ on social networking website Facebook has also been blocked. Presently this page is not accessible all over Bharat; however, it is accessible abroad.
After the order was passed, it has been noticed that the page ‘http://www.facebook.com/Hindujagruti’ belonging to Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) on the social networking website Facebook has been blocked. Presently this page is not visible anywhere in Bharat; however, it visible outside Bharat.
On the website of HJS as well as the page on Facebook, articles that depicted the truth underlying the riots in Assam and Mumbai were placed. There was no provocative matter in these articles. Because of these articles, Hindus around the world were getting to know the truth about these issues. Hence, the possibility of the Union Government as part of its Muslim appeasement policy, banning this page that vents the atrocities faced by the Hindus, cannot be denied.
Until such time as the ban on Samiti’s page on Facebook is lifted, the readers are requested to visit the new page on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/HinduAdhiveshan.