Panvel: A day-long conversation with the media organized by Sanathan Sanstha at the Sanathan Ashram, here, on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the expulsion of Kashmiri Pandits from their homeland Kashmir by Islamic terrorists, revealed the impotency of the Indian and global community as they stood mute spectators to the horrendous rape, murder and expulsion of over 4 lakh Kashmiri Pandits from their homes for generations and their inhuman living conditions in refugee camps in their own motherland even now after 3 decades, that began on the day of horror on January 19, 1990.

Chetan Rajhans, national spokesman of the Sanathan Sanstha and Ramesh Shinde, national spokesperson of the Hindu Janjagruti Samiti were the key speakers at the 2 respective sessions of the dialogue with the media. Satish Kochrekar supplemented the proceedings as an anchor, with valuable inputs. Naina Bhagat briefed about the profile of the founder of Sanathan Sanstha, Dr. Jayant Balaji Athavale, and the activities of the Sanstha to promote, uphold and propagate the traditions and culture of a Hindu nation, whose very structure is all-embracingly global. 

Sadguru Anuradhatai Wadekar in her spiritual conversation with the scribes on the occasion stressed on gathering karmic credits to offload the baggage of past births and attain the goal of God realization through constantly uttering God’s name, being in the company of the pious and doing every activity as an offering to the Lord.

Arvind Pansare, national spokesperson of the Sanstha, proposed the vote of thanks and called upon the media personnel to join the Rashtriya Patrakar Manch, established by the Sanstha, that organized 2 annual meets of the Manch in 2017 and 2019.