SN Shyam/Anmol Kumar
Semalia (Kalu Kheda) Madhya Pradesh
1008 Mahamandaleshwar Madhusudananand Ji Maharaj of Maa Annapurna Shaktipeth Kamakhya Dham said that disunity in the name of religion is fatal to the interest of the nation. Along with setting up the Sanatan Ayog, he also asked the government to set up a journalism commission for the all-round development of journalists and media personnel. Mahamandaleshwar said that one country, one constitution and one idea are the identity of Sanatan Dharma. When the color of saffron dominates from the Red Fort to the Indian Parliament and every house in India, only then will the whole of India be called Vishwa Guru. Madhusudhanand Ji Maharaj addressed journalists from across the country on the concluding day of the three-day 73rd National Conference of the Indian Federation of Working Journalists organized at the Shaktipet premises.
Mahamandaleshwar Madhusudnanand ji said that no one has the right to point fingers at religion. All those living in India are Sanatani. He said that some people are talking about turning India into America and Japan. Otherwise, my message to the people is that instead of making India America, Japan, when the whole world is made like India, only then will India be called Vishwa Guru. They believe that every person living in India is a Hindu. A Hindu never believes in violence. He said that some people are dividing the religion in the name of Sanatan. Conversion goes for rent, the job of religion is not to break but to add. Saints and monks do not break religious ideas but unite them.
Mahamandaleshwar said that those who tried to crush Sanatan were reduced to ashes. Whoever tried to divide the religion was completely destroyed from this country.
About 150 journalists/media personnel from 17 states across India including Bihar participated in this national press conference. Senior journalists from Bihar SN Shyam, Avadesh Kumar Sharma, Prabhat Kumar and journalists from Jharkhand Kundan Pandey and Dharmendra Kumar also participated enthusiastically.