Be mentally prepared to get arrested: Sanatan Sanstha to seekers
Panaji: Sanatan Sanstha has appealed the
seekers to be mentally prepared to get arrested by police.
Sanstha`s mouthpiece `Sanatan Prabhat`, in a series of
items on its front page today, has adviced seekers on cautions
to be taken and preparedness required following the ban.
"Sanatan Prabhat`s Delhi sources have confirmed that
centre is contemplating the ban. That`s why we have penned
down certain cautions and preparedness required," Virendra
Marathe, Managing Trustee, Sanatan Sanstha, told agency.
He said that the ban is not "confirmed" but "through
source they have received the information on it."
`Sanatan Prabhat`, which has carried a logo of lock
and a latch on its main page, has foreseen immediate arrest of
prime seekers followed by massive arrests of others working at
grass root levels, including in rural areas.
"Police will resort to mass arrests in order to add up
the numbers," the article reads.
The seekers have been asked to make alternate
arrangements to look after their family matters and financial
transactions as they may have to spend time in the police
Sanstha has appealed that seekers should opt for
`sadhana` and spiritual upliftment, which would be required to
spend days in custody.
Marathe has said that even after being banned, sanstha
will continue filing defamation suit against media, if it
tries to degrade the institution through their writings.
"We will continue our legal fight against such
entities," he said.
Sanstha has predicted that "the ban will continue till
2012 as the period is not gracious for spiritual forces."
"Ban is a part of religious war (dharma yuddha)
against evil forces. Have faith in God," it has told the
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