New Delhi: Now that the Lok Sabha elections are over, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad is in a mood to renew its campaign for the construction of Ram temple at Ayodhya. The VHP had suspended the movement for the Ram temple just ahead of the Lok Sabha elections 2019.

The RSS-affiliate, which is perhaps the biggest congregation of Hindu saints from across the nation, would be holding the meeting of its Margadarshak Mandal, the highest decision-making body of the organisation in Haridwar from June 19 to 20.  

It was in the logic of things for the VHP to have suspended the movement it had launched aggressively in the run-up to the 2019 Lok Sabha elections as it did not want the Modi government to look bad before the polls. But, equally logical is this development in so far as the Modi government has made a comeback into power with a rather more robust mandate this time around and the VHP is hopeful to now push the matter to a logical conclusion.

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“This is no conclave and not just over the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya. Our Margdarshak Mandal would be meeting in Haridwar and taking the last decision on how to go about the Ram Mandir issue. We shall chart out a blueprint of what we should do now for the construction of the temple at Ramjanmabhoomi. But, other issues too would be discussed,” VHP joint general secretary Surendra Jain told MyNation.

The margdarshak mandal meeting would be taking place at the ashram of Swami Parmanand and the future blueprint and programmes of the VHP would be decided and announced.

The previous meeting had taken place in Delhi and was attended by over 40 senior functionaries and saints.