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Times Now Digital | New Delhi | Jan 14, 2022:: The Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) is going to launch a 10-day nationwide campaign from today to bridge the caste divide in Hindu society and spread the message that “all Hindus are one”.
The ‘Samrasta Abhiyan’ will conclude on January 23 and the saffron outfit will organise various programmes including a ‘Sah Bhoj’ where people belonging to upper and lower castes will come together and dine.
It will also initiate an extensive public contact programme to spread the message that “all Hindus are one” to people belonging to various castes.
Ahead of the launch of the campaign, VHP national secretary and Akhil Bharatiya Samrasta Pramukh Devji Rawat held a meeting with the office-bearers of the saffron outfit and those of its various wings in Uttar Pradesh.
After participating in a ‘Sah Bhoj’ organised in Sharda Nagar of Kanpur district he said that the 10-day campaign for social harmony across India will be launched from January 14 – on the auspicious occasion of Makar Sankranti.
“The aim of the campaign is to bridge the caste divide, end inequality and strengthen the Hindu society,” he told PTI.
Bajrang Dal will also take part in this initiative and 300 slums in Kanpur have been identified with plans for organising various events there.
During the nationwide programme, various events like meetings with community members, Sah Bhoj, Ram Khichdi, Padyatras by Hindu saints will be organised across the country.
The activists of the VHP, Bajrang Dal and other wings have been directed to organise the events in their respective areas.
Events will also be organised to recognise the contributions of the intellectuals, doctors, litterateurs and other eminent personalities belonging to the scheduled castes and other underprivileged sections of the Hindu society.
Courtesy: Times Now.