The firebrand Hindutva leader Pravin\u00a0Togadia today demanded scrapping of minority status to muslims\u00a0in the country besides making two-child norm mandatory.\u00a0He was here on a two-day programme of his newly floated\u00a0organisation "Antarashtriya Hindu Parishad (AHP)".\u00a0"The government should make two-child norm a mandatory\u00a0provision by bringing a legislation in this regard," the\u00a0former VHP leader told reporters. Asserting that minority status tag to muslims should be\u00a0scrapped, Togadia said that "religious minority status is\u00a0given to the ommunity whose population is around 2-4 per cent\u00a0but muslims constitute 14-15 per cent of the country's total\u00a0population.How can they with such a huge population be given\u00a0minority status." Talking about his recently launched outfit's charter of\u00a0demands, Togadia said that the government should bring law on\u00a0Kashi, Mathura, Ayodhya, civil code and cow protection.\u00a0Togadia said that he has planned to get 20 crore\u00a0signatures to press for the implementation of his charter of\u00a0demands in favour of Hindus. The former VHP leader was critical of both central\u00a0government and the BJP for not constructing Ram temple at\u00a0Ayodhya and termed it as "betrayal" with the people with whom\u00a0they had promised to construct the temple.\u00a0"When they (BJP, RSS) were not in power, they used to talk of enacting a law for construction of Ram temple at\u00a0Ayodhya but when they came to power, these people are now\u00a0talking that the matter would be resolved through court\u00a0verdict. The matter was in court even then when L K Advani began his rath yatra," he said. In reply to a query, he said that "Modi ji will have\u00a0to construct Ram temple. It is not a matter of one's liking or\u00a0willingness, he (Narendra Modi) will have to construct it."\u00a0Announcing that his outfit will open a "Hindu Kendra"\u00a0in one lakh villages within six months, Togadia said that 2000\u00a0such kendras have already been opened across the country. These Kendras would work to strengthen Hindu community by\u00a0giving needy persons food, medicines,employment opportunities, he added. Togadia said that he would take out yatra from Lucknow\u00a0to Ayodhya on Vijayadashmi in October to press for his demand\u00a0for construction of Ram temple through legislation. Asked about the relations with Pakistan if Imran Khan\u00a0becomes Prime Minister, he said "We have no expectation from\u00a0Pakistan\u00a0 then what can we expect from Imran Khan. Our army\u00a0must be ready (for any eventuality)."\u00a0There is an "undeclared emergency" in the country, he\u00a0said adding that democracy will be in perils if journalism\u00a0comes under threat. On incident of sexual abuse at shelter home in\u00a0Muzaffarpur in Bihar, Togadia said that there should be "zero\u00a0tolerance" vis-a-vis crimes against women especially rape\u00a0cases as they should be tried in fast track court. Togadia was accompanied by cancer specialist Dr J K Singh,\u00a0who is his outfit's state unit chief in Bihar.