In a statement that may spark fresh controversy, Vishva hindu Parishad (VHP) leader Praveen Togadia today said that a law for having only two children should be framed.
“Population of minorities is continuously increasing, but when the issue is raised, a controversy is started. Therefore a law for having only two children should be framed,” Togadia said addressing a programme to mark 50th foundation day of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP).
He claimed that the number of Hindus would increase and one day tricolour would fly high in Kandahar, Lahore and Dhaka.
Togadia said that when Hindus talk about their problems, the so called leaders become secular.
Hindus had faced conversion and nobody else could understand the pain, he said.
The VHP leader accused Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav of indulging in minority appeasement.
He said that Hindus would have to become alert towards their rights and insults at them.
Togadia said that VHP would celebrate only when Ram Temple was constructed in Ayodhya as per the wishes of the Hindus.