NEW DELHI: The Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) on Sunday appealed to the Union authorities to herald a regulation to free temples and spiritual establishments of Hindus from authorities management in states, and in addition pressed for the enactment of a “sturdy” central regulation to cease unlawful spiritual conversion within the nation.
The saffron outfit handed two separate resolutions on this connection as a two-day assembly of its board of trustees and governing council concluded in Faridabad.
In view of a doable third wave of coronavirus pandemic hitting the nation, the assembly additionally resolved to roll out a nationwide mass consciousness marketing campaign and organise Covid administration coaching applications for volunteers.
“The 2-day assembly concluded as we speak with resolutions for defense in opposition to corona pandemic, prevention of unlawful spiritual conversions and freedom of Mutt-Mandirs from authorities management,” the VHP stated in a press release.
Addressing the media, the working president of the outfit Alok Kumar stated a number of temples and spiritual establishments of Hindus are beneath the management of the federal government in varied states, together with Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala and Uttarakhand.
“The federal government can maintain regulation and order in addition to safety, however the administration of the temples needs to be left within the palms of the Hindu society.
Why ought to the federal government resolve who could be the pujari of a temple, how ought to a puja be organised within the temple,” he questioned Therefore, a decision was handed on the assembly for liberating Hindu temples and spiritual establishments from authorities management, he stated.
“The VHP appeals to the central authorities to make a central regulation to handover Hindu temples and spiritual establishments to the Hindu society in order that saints and devotees might refurbish and do up their spiritual and administrative techniques and their traditions oriented in direction of making certain the spirituo-socio-cultural dynamism of Mrityunjayi Bharat,” learn the decision.
In one other decision handed on the assembly, the VHP appealed to the central authorities to quickly enact “a robust regulation in opposition to spiritual conversions in order that Bharat will be free from this anti-national, anti-Hindu and anti-humanitarian agenda.”
“The central board of trustees and governing council of the VHP is assured that the Authorities of Bharat shall undoubtedly full this lengthy pending work too,” learn the decision, which additionally referred to as upon the Hindu society to stay “ever watchful in regards to the conversion conspiracies and put a cease to it by all constitutional measures.”