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Gujarat experiment to be repeated in Delhi: Togadia

HT Correspondent, PTI  Jaipur, December 16, 2002
First Published: 18:59 IST(15/12/2002) | Last Updated: 10:59 IST(16/12/2002)

After the "successful" experiment in the Hindutva laboratory of Gujarat, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) plans to make the whole country a laboratory to establish "Hindu supremacy" in India.

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"We will make a laboratory of the whole country. This is our promise and our resolve. If madarssas, the jehadi laboratory, are allowed to educate to kill non-Muslims, why can't we have our own laboratory?" VHP leader Praveen Bhai Togadia said in a press conference here on Sunday.

"I cannot waste even two days in building the laboratory. Rajasthan has already become the laboratory of Hindutva," he said.

The VHP leader said that Gujarat would be repeated in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and other states.

"The people of Gujarat have paid their tributes to the Ram Bhaktas of Godhra. Gujarat has become the graveyard of secular ideology and we will extend it to Delhi via Jaipur."

"We were termed as lunatic fringe. Now secularists have become the impotent fringe," said Togadia.

Narendra Modi, pitted against all secular forces, is the Abhimanyu who finally won. "Now we will arrange a Kurukshetra in Delhi…We will colour the whole country in saffron."

The election results have shown that development cannot be the priority over Hindutva. "Hindutva itself is development. There cannot be any development without self-identity which India has lost under British rule and secular forces."

The VHP promised to change the "history of India and geography of Pakistan" in two years. And Acharya Dharmendra had the whole methodology planned: "Just as it was done in India in 1947 and in Germany before that."

The VHP leaders said that the journey of Hindutva, which stopped in 1992-93, has now resumed from Gujarat. "We will go to each corner to bring the country towards Hindu politics. Gujarat elections would change the ideology, colour and composition of all political parties," said Togadia.

In a week from now, people associated with the Ram Janmabhoomi movement would meet to decide strategy.


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