Haridwar: The board of directors of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad will meet at Paramdham Ashram in North Haridwar on Wednesday evening. The meeting is scheduled to discuss a number of issues relating to Hindus, including the removal of Section 370V 35a, including the Ram temple issue. The meeting will demand the government to construct the Ram temple without any further delay.
Discussions on a number of issues
Earlier, the high power committee of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad met at Parmarth Ashram on Wednesday morning. The agenda of the evening meeting was discussed. During the meeting, the Centre also reiterated its demand to set up a Kamadhenu Commission to protect cows across the country with the construction of a grand Ram temple.
Several office bearers took part
The meeting was attended by several saints and functionaries associated with the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, including Vishnu, Milind Parande, Swami Chinmayand, Swami Vishwaswar Anand Maharaj, Ravindra Puri Maharaj, International President of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad. He expressed the hope that the centre will stick to all proposals while working in line with the expectations of the Hindu population. Meanwhile, all the leaders from Haridwar to Delhi are keeping their eyes on the 3 pm meeting.