Pravin Togadia calls for unity among Hindus
Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) International working president Pravin Togadia has said that the very existence of the Hindus would be in peril if they were not united.
Kothagudem: Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) International working president Pravin Togadia has said that the very existence of the Hindus would be in peril if they were not united.
Addressing a meeting of the VHP here on Monday, he recalled that India was nucleus to Hindu religion with Hindus spreading across various countries.
Gradually, the Hindus were driven out of various countries and India was looted of its riches pushing the Hindus into poverty. If the Hindus did not remain united, there was every danger of the Hindus driven out of the country, he lamented.
“The VHP has been working all over the world for development and protection of the Hindus. The VHP prepared an action plan on six issues and forging ahead.
The components of the action plan are: Sufficient food for all, free education, free medical treatment, unemployment allowance, farmers’ welfare and grooming country as a global business destination,” he said.
Well-endowed India was only feasible if efforts were made for unity among the Hindus, he said, suggesting constitution of the VHP committees in villages and conducting Satsang once in a week.
He called upon the Hindus to call the helpline: 8010331170 for support and call the helpline number 18602333666 for free medical services. VHP regional secretary M Gal Reddy and regional president Ramaraju and others took part in the meeting.