Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Uma Bharati to steer VHP sponsored Amaranth yatra from June three

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Uma Bharati can lead Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) -sponsored parallel Amarnath pilgrimage on June three from Jammu and she or he would be joined by an outsized range of Sadhus drawn from completely different elements of the country.

"Uma Bharati can reach Jammu on June two and next morning once performing prayers, she is going to lead thousands of yatris continuing for Amarnath shrine," Surinder Jain, VHP international spokesperson told reporters here this morning.

Dr Jain said Uma Bharati are among Mahant Rameshwar Dass and Ram Swaroop Dass besides an outsized range of Sadhus throughout the yatra.

"Thousands of Sadhus, Mahants and activists of VHP can assemble at Jammu base camp to proceed for Baltal on June three," he said and added that the yatra can leave for Baltal on June three at any price to perform darshan next day on Jesht Purnima.

"The State Government ought to cooperate for swish conduct of yatra," he said, adding supporters from Kathua, Ramban, Samba, Udhampur and Sunderbani leading their processions also will reach Jammu on a similar day.

"After performing prayers, the batch can leave for Baltal and therefore the initial darshan are performed at Amarnath cave on June four," he added.

Rejecting the Government’s official date of yatra, VHP leader said that the yatra can begin from June four and not on June twenty five as stated by Shri Amarnath Shrine Board (SASB).

He said thousand s of Bajrangis can reach here on June two to require half within the yatra next day.

He said in case any try was created to prevent the yatra on June four the yatris can begin protest then and there. Warning the govt. ‘s move to use force against pilgrims he said the yatris can begin a Jail Baro Andolan in such how that the authorities can fail in need of jails to accommodate the protesters, he added.

He said besides Jammu yatra will also be started from Kashmir Valley on June three within which Kashmiri Hindus and Sikhs will participate.

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