Hyderabad, Jul 25 (UNI) The Vishwa Hindu Parishad(VHP) will organise a series of stirs all over the country, culminating in Jammu and Kashmir Chalo programme in October to press for restoration of the 200 acres of land belonging to Lord Shiv in Amarnath.
Addressing a press conference here, VHP International Secretary General Praveen Togadia said four to five crore Hindus would spearhead a ''sankalp Yudh'' from next month to protest the increasing ''Jihadi attack'' on Hindu places of worship, including in Amarnath.
During the auspicious month of Shravan (Augusta), ''jalabhishek'' would be performed in all Shiva temples in the country to press for restoration of the Amarnath land to Hindus and for providing safety and security to Amarnath pilgrims.
''Everyday, there are three or four Jihadi attacks in Kashmir, where a minimum of ten people, including children, are killed.
The government has no time to stop this, but has enough time to take back Amarnath land,'' he alleged.
In October, the VHP activists would ''paralyse'' the functioning of the Jammu and Kashmir government by laying siege to the Secretariat.
Contending that an ancient Shiv temple existed at the place where the Taj Mahal was constructed, he demanded that Hindus, who wanted to perform prayers, should be allowed to do so.
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