Hindu Samhati’s valorous commemoration of 150 th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda has stirred different parts of Bengal at the same instant and the prime of it became apparent in Bagnan, Howrah on January 12, 2013.
A large procession, under the leadership of Sri Tapan Ghosh, president – Hindu Samhati, started (on the very day) from the level crossing of Bagnan at 4 pm and ended at the main bus stand of Bagnan at 6 pm. The huge procession, comprising youngsters mainly, travelled past the Library Road, NH - 6, Station Road and Thana Road impressing onlookers a great deal.
It is worthwhile to mention, the huge procession included 2 finely decorated tableaus – while one was having baronial pictures and teachings of Swami Vivekananda, the other one included pictures of Sri Balasaheb Thackeray, Hindu Hridaysamrat who left for the heavenly abode recently. A separate banner depicting pictures of Lance Naik Sudhakar Singh and Lance Naik Hemraj Singh, valiant Indian soldiers martyred in the latest Pakistani bid to violate ceasefire at LOC, was also witnessed.
People in throngs were found both to appreciate the endeavor and paying floral tributes to pictures of Swami Vivekananda and Indian martyrs.
Anti-Pakistani slogans prevailed the procession and also the meeting place.
Sri Tapan Ghosh, through his valiant and inspiring speech, made the attendees realize how India is becoming a stronghold of Jihadis, ominous influence of mounting Islamic fundamentalism (in every capacity) and unless Hindus turn out to be warring community, it is difficult for them to exist, let alone living peacefully and excel in any discipline.