VHP 44 day campaign of
Four and a half million will go to villages and towns
Nahar Ram temple area nominated member of Karnataka Reception Committee
Bangalore Kotishwar Sharma, the national joint general secretary of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, reached Devmool Tower located at Timber Yard here on Friday night. Here he discussed the construction of Ram temple with officials associated with the Terapanth society and called for cooperation in temple construction. On this occasion, Moolchand Nahar, a minister of Devraj Moolchand Nahar Trust, was also nominated as a member of the Karnataka Province Level Reception Committee of Ram Mandir Kshetra Trust. This committee has twenty members from Karnataka. Nahar will be the 21st member of the committee.
Addressing the office bearers of the Terapanth community, Kotishwar Sharma said that all Hindu society should be involved in the construction of Ram temple to be built in Ayodhya. Regarding this, the VHP and the Sangh Parivar will start the campaign from 15 January 2019 to 24 February. Under this, workers of VHP, Sangh Parivar and other organizations will go to every household, family and will collect the support money for the construction of the temple. The minimum support amount has been fixed at ten rupees. Any devotee or person who wishes to pay more than this for the construction of the temple will be able to give it. He said that the goal is only to contact every Hindu family. The fund is not targeted.
Sharma said that a target has been set to visit 11 million Hindu families in four and a half lakh villages across the country in a span of 6 days. During this, the history of Ram temple will be told to the new and old generation. To make this campaign successful, meetings are being held at the district, taluk and state levels. The workers are being trained. He made everyone aware of the background of the Ram temple. He said that for the construction of Ram temple, there was a trial in the court for many years and Ram also won. The lawyer who fought the case was not without praise. He said that Jain society is capable society. At the same time, Terapanth society is a society following the orders of the same Guru. Therefore, their cooperation in temple construction is fully expected.
On this occasion Vishwan Hindu Parishad General Secretary of Karnataka Jagannath Shastri, Joint Treasurer of Karnataka Deepak Rajagopal, IT Cell’s Seshadri, Terapant Sabha Minister Prakash Lodha, Lalit Achha, Harkchand Ostwal, Former National President of Teyup Vimal Kataria, Jayantilal Nahar, Surpat Singh Chordia, Mukesh Nahar, Vikas Nahar and Vikram Sethia were also present.