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Sadhus on anti-war signature campaign

If you pass through Ayodhya and chance upon sadhus in a signature campaign, don't mistake it as one for Ram Temple. They are on an anti-war mission and the stress is return of normalcy in Indo-Pak relations.

india Updated: Jan 12, 2009 19:11 IST

If you pass through Ayodhya and chance upon sadhus in a signature campaign, don't mistake it as one for Ram Temple. They are on an anti-war mission and the stress is return of normalcy in Indo-Pak relations. The campaign sends across a message of peace to governments, politicians and media of the both countries to save commonman from military actions.

Mahant Bhavnaath Das, Sarpanch (chief) of Hanumangarhi temple, who launched the campaign on Monday said, "it is part of the joint signature campaign being launched in India and Pakistan by peace-loving citizens."

The sadhus passed a resolution demanding both the governments to set up a Joint Action and Investigative Agency for total co-operation and mutual assistance to address and overcome the manace of terrorism.

After conclusion of the campaign on February 15, the list of signatures would be sent to presidents of India and Pakistan.