Ayodhya: VHP Stalls 'Trishul Diksha' Programme Ahead of Supreme Court's Verdict in Babri Masjid-Ram Janmabhoomi Title Case
Vishwa Hindu Parishad Activists. (Photo Credits: IANS)

Ayodhya, October 16: The Vishwa Hindu Parishad has ended its 'Trishul Diksha' programme in Ayodhya and other places 15 days ahead of its scheduled date of culmination. Ayodhya Case Hearing, Day 40: Sunni Waqf Board Likely to Withdraw Suit After UP Govt Recommends CBI Inquiry Against Zafar Ahmed Farooqui.

The programme was scheduled to continue till October 30, but VHP organising Secretary Bholendra said it has been stalled with immediate effect in view of the impending Supreme Court judgment on the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute and the escalated threat perception in the holy city.

"It is due to special circumstances that we have stalled the programme. The other training programmes will continue," the VHP leader said. Ayodhya Case Hearing, Day 39: Conquerors Can't be Allowed to Destroy India's History, Argues Senior Advocate K Parasaran in Supreme Court.

Bholendra further said the VHP has proposed a 'Hit Chintak' campaign in November under which one lakh new members would be enrolled. The VHP has cautioned its members against making irresponsible statements and has asked all leaders to speak with restraint.