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INDIA WILL BE MADE A HINDU 'RASHTRA': Singhal

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  • T M Chacko
    India will be made a Hindu rashtra : Singhal THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) international president Ashok Singhal said here on Wednesday that
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 25, 2003
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      India will be made a Hindu 'rashtra': Singhal

      THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) international
      president Ashok Singhal said here on Wednesday that the VHP would
      work for the uprooting of all secular forces in the next Lok Sabha
      elections.

      He was speaking at the 'Suhruth Sangamam' organised here by the
      VHP.

      Singhal said that the present Union Government was not a BJP
      Government but a "secular NDA Government headed by a secular Prime
      Minister". He declared that the VHP would launch a nation-wide
      programme to uproot all secular forces.

      "India will be made a Hindu rashtra. I am declaring this. Only
      those who honour Hindu aspirations should be voted to power. In
      the next elections, we should work for a two-thirds majority for
      those who are committed to building a Ram temple at Ayodhya,"
      Singhal said.

      Communists, Muslims and Christians constituted the anti-Hindu
      force in Kerala and they were jointly targeting Hindus in the name
      of secularism, he alleged. Crores of rupees is pumped into the
      State for conversion activities. "If Hindus do not open their
      eyes, it will be too late," he said.

      Singhal urged Hindus in Kerala to give up beef and disallow
      politicians from retaining the reins of temple administration.
      Several other `anti-Hindu' government measures should also be
      resisted, he added.

      Stating that it would take the courts at least 10 years to decide
      the Ram Janmabhoomi case, the VHP leader said patience of Hindus
      was fast running out. "No one in this country can stop
      construction of the Ram Janmabhoomi temple. The Hindus cannot bear
      to see Lord Rama in a tent.

      The Ayodhya excavations have proved VHP's stand on the existence
      of a temple at the disputed site with several artefacts pointing
      in this direction," he claimed.

      Link,
      http://www.newindpress.com/Newsitems.asp?ID=IER20030423141131&Page=R&Title=Kerala&rLink=0
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