VHP leader Praveen Togadia on Sunday warned the Union government against delay in rehabilitation of Kashmir Pandits saying that people of the displaced community will be settled in the Kashmir Valley despite pressure from separatists.
The Indian National League (INL), a Muslim organisation, has joined the fight along side the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) against the release of Kamal Haasan-starrer "Uttama Villain", claiming the film will hurt religious sentiments.
VHP received unexpected support in its fight against Kamal Hassan's upcoming Tamil film "Uttama Villain" with a Muslim organisation today lodging a police complaint seeking action against the actor for his "attempts to insult religious sentiments" of Hindus.
Coming down heavily on Vishwa Hindu Parishad's (VHP) call for a ban on Kamal Haasan-starrer Tamil drama "Uttama Villain", its director Ramesh Aravind said there's nothing about the film that will offend any community.
Separatists have no right to tell where Kashmiri Pandits should live in Jammu and Kashmir, VHP on Thursday said asking the Centre and state governments to come out with a time-bound plan to rehabilitate them and ensure their safety.
Around 500 VHP activists were on Sunday detained by police while they were marching towards the venue of their rally here in North Dinajpur district which was to be addressed by senior leader Praveen Togadia.
Terming the attacks on churches a "matter of concern", Congress MP Rajeev Shukla on Sunday alleged that people are being served with "vandalisation, fightings, and rioting" instead of "achhe din" as promised by the BJP during campaigns in run up to 2014 general elections.
Hitting out at the PDP-BJP government in Jammu and Kashmir over "spurt in terror attacks", Vishwa Hindu Parishad on Saturday accused Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed of "compromising" national interest.
Controversial VHP leader Sadhvi Prachi today sparked another controversy as she alleged that Mahatma Gandhi was a "British agent" and his contribution towards independence of the country was "negligible", days after former PCI chairman Markandey Katju levelled same allegation.