VHP launching nationwide fortnight campaign across country: Gupta

VHP leaders at a press conference at Jammu on Sunday. — Excelsior/ Rakesh
VHP leaders at a press conference at Jammu on Sunday. — Excelsior/ Rakesh

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Nov 6: Vishaw Hindu Parishad (VHP) is starting a nation -wide campaign to link over one and a half crore people with the organization.
This was stated by VHP working president, Rajesh Gupta while talking to reporters here today along with general secretary of J&K VHP, Abhishekh Gupta, State vice president, Shakti Dutt Sharma and other leaders.
He said the nationwide campaign will be launched in one and half lakh villages of the country in connection with completion of 60 years of VHP’s foundation. Gupta said that the campaign is being launched from November 6 to November 20 and every section of society irrespective of caste, creed and colour will be contacted during this campaign to connect with activities linked to Hindu and national cause.
He said different sections of the society will be contacted during the campaign which included doctors, engineers, chartered accountants, advocates, retired judges, singers, artists, leaders, players besides all type of celebrities.
The VHP working president said that the main purpose of the campaign is to make over one crore members and also apprise them about the policies and programmes of his organisation.
He said the objective of this campaign is to apprise the people of the various activities of VHP, connect the people with these activities meant for the welfare of society as a whole, to link new generation with the welfare activities of VHP and awaken them of their responsibilities towards their religion and culture. Besides, imbibing the spirit of unity in diversity among them and also connect the deprived sections of society in welfare activities of orgnisation, protection of cow, women empowerment, protection of environment and creating a spirit of unity in Hindu society and its security.
Gupta said the VHP is committed to stop conversions, fight against love Jehad and take steps for re-conversion of those Hindus who were forcibly converted and people will be educated about the ill effects of forcible conversions.
Rita Sharma State convener, Matri Shakti, Bajrang Dal Prant convener, Kartik Sudan and Durga Vihani Prant co- convener, Shabnam Khajuria were also present in the press conference.