VHP chief Togadia to launch ‘Hindu Helpline’ in Jammu and Kashmir
The ‘Hindu Helpline’ aims at helping members of the community in pilgrimages, vacations, emergencies like accidents and other issues.india Updated: Oct 30, 2017 19:01 IST
Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) chief Praveen Togadia will formally launch a helpline for members of the Hindu community in Jammu and Kashmir during his three-day visit to the state from November 3, a leader of the organisation said.
The ‘Hindu Helpline’ aims at helping members of the community in pilgrimages, vacations, emergencies like accidents and other issues.
Togadia will preside over a national-level meeting of the prominent members of the ‘Hindu Helpline’, the leader said on the condition of anonymity.
The International Working President of the VHP would discuss overall political and security situation with VHP leaders and representatives of civil society groups, he said.
Togadia would also meet women wing leaders and chair internal assessment group meetings to further strengthen the organisation in the state before winding up his three-day visit on November 5, the leader said.