Leaders of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad paid a visit to the Gujarat Assembly for a meeting with Sukhram Rathawa and the majority of Congress legislators present in the LOP office. They asked opposition MPs to take a stand in support of key wishes and demands voiced by the VHP around the country. These leaders also stated that they meet with all elected representatives, as well as the assembly and members of Parliament, on a regular basis in order to incorporate Hindus in relevant houses.
In December 2021, VHP leaders from all states met with all MPs in the country and asked that numerous topics be taken into account. According to Ashok Rawal, regional secretary of the VHP in Gujarat, the VHP has called for a strong rule to prohibit religious conversion.
Raise your voice in Lok Sabha in support of the safety and security of Hindus in Pakistan and Bangladesh, so that the Indian government can exert diplomatic pressure on these nations. If a tribe member converts to Christianity or Islam, their reserve rights must be terminated immediately. There are a number of issues that need to be addressed at the state assembly level.
The VHP leader sharply pointed out that the Hindus are in a need of protection and justice on sensitive issues like Gauraksha.
Kirti Mehta, VHP Gujarat’s special relations president stated that many Gaushalas (cattle shelters) are operated by trusts or donations, and large funds are required for their upkeep. The government or the Gauseva Aayog should pay half of their maintenance bills.
Another demand made by the Sangh was that religious institutions be taxed less and exempted from commercial tax.
Religious institutions, according to VHP leaders, should be secure. Rawal also added that they should pay the Pujaris of Ramji, Krishna, and any other Hindu temple in each village. All income-related concerns at the revenue or charity office must be resolved immediately. LOP Rathawa offered the VHP leaders of his complete cooperation on subjects of genuine concern.