New Delhi: Senior BJP leader and a proponent of Hindutva ideology Subramanian Swamy on Saturday said that he may form a forum of Members of Parliaments to advocate a larger Hindutva concept.
Taking to Twitter, Swamy said, “Very soon I hope to form a Virat Hindustan Sansadiya Sangam of MPs to advocate in Parliament the Sarva Dharma Sama Bhava Hindutva concept.”
Very soon I hope to form a Virat Hindustan Sansadiya Sangam of MPs to advocate in Parliament the Sarva Dharma Sama Bhava Hindutva Concept
— Subramanian Swamy (@Swamy39) April 30, 2016
The Sangam is likely to push for Hindutva issues like securing the disputed Ram Mandir area for building a temple by persuading Muslims to accept an alternative site.
The outfit Virat Hindustan Sangam is expected to empower the youth to articulate the "values" of Hindutva, like scrapping of Article 370, Uniform Civil Code, Ram temple and beef ban.
Indicating that the new body will also act as a pressure group on the ruling BJP, Swamy had earlier said, “It would provide a list of candidates to the party for consideration and work closely with the Sangh parivar.”
(With PTI inputs)