VHP outlines its imaginative and prescient on ‘Ram Rajya’

Ravi S Singh

Tribune News Service

New Delhi, August 3

The Central working president of Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP), Alok Kumar on Monday mentioned the hassle to rebuild Ram Temple at Ayodhya is a marketing campaign for the institution of “Ramatva” in the entire world for “Ram Rajya”.

“This massive effort is not only to build one more Temple,” Kumar mentioned, including that the best of Ram Rajya may very well be achieved by involvement of all sections of society with a way of mission.

VHP had led the motion Ram temple development.

Elaborating on the idea of ‘Ramatva’, Kumar mentioned there was no poverty and illness within the reign of Lord Rama.

“The Ramatava will descend by establishing a harmonious society based on equality where every person will be treated with dignity.”

“Everyone would be assured with the food, clothing and shelter along with education and gainful vocations. The family values will be respected and everybody would have the opportunity to elevate himself to realise the Supreme Goal,” Kumar mentioned.

For this goal, with the cooperation of VHP a couple of lakh ‘Ekal Vidyalayas’ perform within the nation.

It shall pace up the unfold of training, sanskar, sanitation, natural agriculture and self-sufficient villages via the ‘Vidyalayas’.

The VHP’s thrust will likely be to hurry up efforts for higher training, well being and revenue producing pursuit for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes.

“The VHP shall, for this purpose, act as a ‘bridge’ between the government welfare schemes and the beneficiaries,” Kumar mentioned.

The VHP may also work to strengthen the standard household system of “Bharat”, moreover selling social concord.

Its different areas of focus will likely be growth of the cow and its progeny, cow-based merchandise and natural agriculture.

It will work to make India self-reliant — an echo of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s name for “Aatma Nirbhar Bharat”.

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