Foreign organizations like Ford Foundation and George Soros pose threat to India, says Swami Jitendranand Saraswati
Varanasi. Swami Jitendranand Saraswati, Rashtriya Mahamantri of Ganga Mahasabha alleged that foreign-sponsored movements in India, funded by organizations like the Ford Foundation, James Foundation, Pierre Omidyar, and George Soros, pose…
Varanasi. Swami Jitendranand Saraswati, Rashtriya Mahamantri of Ganga Mahasabha alleged that foreign-sponsored movements in India, funded by organizations like the Ford Foundation, James Foundation, Pierre Omidyar, and George Soros, pose a threat to national unity and integrity.
He also emphasized the need to separate pilgrimage and tourism. During the meeting of Rashtriya Karyakarini Samiti, Swami Jitendranand expressed concern over the construction of a tent city on the banks of the holy river and urged the government to address this issue.
Swami Jitendranand Saraswati voiced his apprehension regarding the insufficient efforts and consideration towards conserving the natural surroundings and cultural legacy of India. He drew attention to the incidents that occurred in Kedarnath and Joshi Math and stressed the significance of social awareness, discouraging confrontations with those in authority. Moreover, he pointed out the dissimilarity between pilgrimage and tourism, stating that the latter might compromise the sanctity of sacred destinations such as the Ganga.The statement called for action from the government, with the Ganga Mahasabha planning to write a letter regarding the construction tent city on the banks of the Ganga.
On Sunday, the Rashtriya Karyakarini Samiti meeting of the Ganga Mahasabha was held at the central office of the organization in Varanasi. The meeting was attended by office bearers and volunteers from various districts of the country to discuss organizational restructuring, efforts to keep the Ganges River clean, the publication and management of the magazine 'Bhagirathi Ke Swar', and the upcoming 'Sanskrit Sansad 2023'. In addition, there were discussions about Indian culture and the frequenr attacks on it.
Rashtriya Adhyaksh of Ganga Mahasabha Shri Premswarup Pathak spoke about the new generation of volunteers and urged them to work towards improving the state of the Ganges River. Rashtriya Mahamantri Govind Sharma announced that the Sanskriti Sansad will be held from November 3rd to 5th, and will feature 350 Mahamandaleshwars, Acharyas of 127 sects, and nationalistic thinkers from all over the country.
Organizational appointments were declared during the meeting, which includes Sanrakshak Mandal- Jagadguru Shankaracharya Jyotishpeethadhishwar Swami Vasudevananda Saraswati Ji Maharaj (Joshi Math), Jagadguru Shankaracharya Swami Vijayendra Saraswati Ji Maharaj (Kanchi Math), Jagadguru Madhwacharya Swami Vishwaprasanna Tirtha Ji Maharaj (Udupi), and Jagadguru Ramanandacharya Ramrajeshwaracharya Ji Maharaj. Margdarshk Mandal -Justice Girdhar Malviya and Indresh Kumar. Adhyaksh- Premswaroop Pathak (Badaun). Karyakari Adhyaksh- Vagish Pathak (Badaun). Upadhyaksh - Sanjay Gupta (Delhi), Prof. Omprakash Singh (Kashi), Shanti Swaroop Verma ji 'Madhav' (Muzaffarpur), Vijayashree Singh (Kashi), Rajesh Pratap Singh (Kashi), Rashtriya Mahamantri - Swami Jitendranand Saraswati, Mahamantri Sangathan - Govind Sharma. Koshadhyaksh- Akhilesh Khemka (Kashi), Binny Goyal (Delhi). Rashtriya Mantri- Vinay Tiwari (Kashi), Rajesh Rai (Delhi), Eng. Dheeraj Saxena (Badaun), Dr. Madhvi Tiwari (Kashi), Prof. Harishankar Kansana (Madhya Pradesh), Naveen Tiwari (Patna). Rashtriya Karykarini Samiti - Advocate Gauri Shankar Prasad, (Muzaffarpur), Dr. Vishwanath Dubey, (Kashi), Sunil Kishore Dwivedi (Kashi), (Engg.) Gautam Pandey (Bangalore), Dr. Naveen Mishra, (Kashi), Dr. Manish Tripathi, Engg. Vidyanand Tiwari (Delhi), Sanjay Roy Sherpuria (Delhi). Shwetank Garg (Jharkhand) and Rahul Kumar (Bihar) were appointed Sanyukt Mahamantri for Bihar and Jharkhand in provincial appointments.