VSK Chennai Sandesh

Strength Of Youth Sapped,
Government Coffers Overflows!

Revenue from Government run liquor shops in Tamilnadu this year is a whopping 26,295 crore, rupees 3,000 crore more than last year.  Government uses this income to issue free rice to the poor sections of society.  But liquor destroys families.  So ABVP has taken up ‘No liquor campaign’ in front of the Government liquor shops in the state.  The concern of ABVP is that the younger generation has increasingly become addicted to alcohol and in turn has been rendered weak. During the campaign, ABVP activists frustrated before liquor shop customers and appealed to them to give up liquor.

It Was A Non-Programme Programme!

Imagine, housewives playing traditional game of pebbles (ammanai in tamil), pallanguzhi, pandi, paramapadam etc. in the portico of Chennai RSS Karyalaya, with hundreds of children and youth watching in delight.  But this happened on March 2.  The occasion was ‘Sakthi Sangamam’, and informal gathering of families of RSS sympathizers, an annual affair held between 3.30 in the afternoon and 8.00 in the night.  The highlight of the programme was informal chit-chat that over 1700 persons from over 750 families, men, women and children had with Kshetra, Prantha Sangha/Vivida Kshetra Adhikaris in all the three floors of the Karyalaya.  In addition to the traditional games there was a power-point on ‘Glory of Bharat’, health tips by Ayurveda experts, and symposium on Hindutva in daily life by Sri Mahadevan (Pranth Sadasya), Sri Srikanth (Jilla Sah Karyawah), Sri Vinod (Jilla Bowdhik Pramuk) and Smt Durgadevi.  

Kshetra Pracharak Stanumaalayan interacting with families

Kshetra Pracharak Pramuk Dr. H S Govinda,

Sri L Ganesan BJP
Sri Mahadevan addressing the audience

Pardon Me Your Honour, Where Is The Punishment?
H A Martin, bishop, Tamil Evangelical Lutheran Church in Trichy, has been 'punished' by the Madras high court for contempt of court, and how? ‘Seek pardon from your god, and that shall be the punishment for your contemptuous act’. The moot question was whether the order holding the bishop guilty of contempt of court, and to punish him for his contemptuous act, and thereafter to direct him to seek pardon from the source in whose jurisdiction he has some faith, would amount to a sentence enabling him to file a statutory appeal under Section 19(1) of the Contempt of Courts Act? It may be noted that on an earlier occasion, the Court had ordered a Congress MLA to stay in Gandhi Museum in Madurai and study Gandhi Ji’s works for a period.  It was the punishment! 

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