Hindu groups to meet in Goa
Right-wing Hindu groups will meet in Goa for an all-India conference to discuss and chart out an action plan aimed at making India a `Hindu` nation.
Panaji: Over 200 members of 50 right-wing Hindu groups are to congregate in Goa on Sunday for an all-India conference to discuss and chart out an action plan aimed at making India a `Hindu` nation.
According to the organisers, the five-day `All India convention for establishment of a Hindu nation` hosted at the Ramnathi temple complex in Ponda, will also discuss issues related to "persecution of Hindus in a Hindu-majority India".
It is expected to be attended by representatives from organizations like Sri Sri Ravi Shankar`s `Art of Living`, the controversial Sri Ram Sene and followers of godman Asaram Bapu, according to the organizers, the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS), among others.