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The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) has set a target of producing one ‘Bajrangi’ (a Bajrang Dal worker) from every household in the capital Delhi within two years. The organization has said that in order to protect Hindu interests in the country and the world, it will launch a special campaign to raise awareness and protect the interests of the Hindu community. For him, the policy of ‘Hindu First’ will be the motto.
A summit meeting of VHP in Mayur Vihar, capital Delhi, has raised concerns about the attacks against the people of the country’s Hindu community and the offensive statements made by some political parties against the Hindu community have been reported as worrying for the integrity of the country. The organization has said it will work to expose such people by raising public awareness of the people.
Speaking at the meeting, Vishwa Hindu Parishad International Joint Secretary General Dr. Surendra Jain that Hindus made sacrifices for the birthplace of Ram, due to which a large Ram temple is being built in Ayodhya today. He said that no Delhi Hindu should feel alone. A large part is working to create a false narrative against Hindus. They will work to make this story unsuccessful. He said until Janmashtami of 2024 we will have to reach every house in Delhi till Vishwa Hindu Parishad, our worker will be in every house. For this, he called on the workers to perform a Mahachalisa every Tuesday in every area.