January 4, 2020
Coimbatore : Attack on Sri Nandana Saheb in Pakistan by the Muslims mob as well as the abductton of Granthi’s daughter is a burning example of the atrocities against the Hindu-Sikh minorities and a clear indication for the urgent need for the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) a senior Vishwa Hindu Parishad (vHP) leader said Saturday.
“It is important that the attack has come right after the Friday prayers in the Mosque and VHP condemns the attack and appeals to Central Government and UNHRC to take cognizance of the attack and pressurise the Pakistani Government to mend its way and return the Sikh Girl,” VHP International Secretary General Milind Parande told reporters here.
This was also an ample example for the need to have CAA to protect the persecuted Hindus, Sikhs and other communities living in Islamic countries, Parande said.
Stating that VHP will appeal to the Centre to come out with separate act to deal with Sri Lankan refugees, he said that as the CAA dealt specially with effects of partition of India, he said.
CAA is a very good act that is correcting historical wrongs that have been done at the time of partition of the India, he said,
Parande was here to attend the two-day meeting to chalk out plans for expansion of the organisation and also its service projects in Tamil Nadu.
VHP had decided to hold nation-wide agitation after Januaray 15 seeking handover the lands owned by Hindu temples and in the custody of Churches and Mosques, to Hindu society, Parande said.
The Governments of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana had taken over and distributed temples, employment and involvement of non-Hindus in Hindu temple administration and employment in Tirupati and Sri Salam, payment of Maulvis and Pastors from general tax payers money, he alleged.
VHP will ask the Centre to form the trust for construction of Ram Temple in Ayodhya following Supreme Court verdict and demand that there should not not be any political appointment in the trust, which has to be run by Hindu Society, Parande said.
It will take at least three year to construct the Ram Temple, which 270 foot long, 135 foot wide and 125 foot tall made of only stones without using iron, Parande said.