VHP takes a pledge on Ram Navami to build Ram temple
New Delhi: Pledging to build a Ram temple in
Ayodhya at the earliest, hundreds of VHP activists today took
out processions here with colourful tableaux and decked up
horses on Ram Navami, celebrating the birth of Lord Ram.
Echoing the sentiments of the activists, Vishwa Hindu
Parishad international general secretary Pravin Togadia said
in a message that all of them would toil towards the
construction of the temple.
"We pledge to build the Ram temple at the earliest. After
the verdict of the judges (Allahabad High Court), the hurdles
are almost out of the way for its construction", Togadia said.
He reiterated that the VHP would not accept anything less
than the entire 67-acre plot for the purpose.
Around 200 decorated tableaux, 21 horses and 51 bikes
with music bands playing `Ram dhun` held processions on the
streets of the national capital.
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