VHP to work for consolidation of Hindu votes

via www.dailypioneer.com published on March 29, 2007

Varanasi:The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) today said it would work for consolidation of the Hindu votes in favour of the cadre based Bharatiya Janata Party in the coming Uttar Pradesh assembly elections.


 


VHP president Ashok Singhal appealed to Hindu voters to support BJP’s chief ministerial candidate Kalyan Singh to revive the movement for the construction of the Ram temple.

Describing Singh as the “architect of the demolition of the Babri mosque” at Ayodhya for which he even sacrificed his Government in 1992, he told reporters here that his return to power would act as a catalyst for the proposed Ram temple construction issue and would also sustain the Hindutva agenda.

On the Sangh Parivar’s electoral strategy in the UP polls, he said a Hindu Matdata Manch has been set up under the aegis of saints to woo voters of the majority community and to make them vote en bloc for those candidates who would commit themselves to espouse Hindu agendas.

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