Ranchi: Members of the Hindu Hardline Organisation Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal organised to chant Hanuman Chalisa over 5000 Hindu temples to show solidarity to unite Hindus around Jharkhand.
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Agitated members of the Hindu Hardline Organisation organised Hanuman Chalisa chanting around the Hanuman Temples countrywide.
More than 250 Members of the Hindu Hardline Organisation gathered at Ram Mandir Chutia on Tuesday evening to chant Hanuman Chalisa and offered prayer to Lord Mahavir.
Hanuman Chalisa and Tuesday Prayer organised at
1. Sankat Mochan Mandir, Main Road
2. Hanuman Mandir at Hinoo
3. Ram Mandir Chutia
4. Bajrang Bali Mandir at Lalpur
5. Pahari Mandir in Harmu
Reason behind organising Hanuman Prayer to create awareness among Hindus said, Naman Singh, Member of Vishwa Hindu Parishad.
Six time BJP MLA from Ranchi and Former Jharkhand Assembly Speaker CP Singh also participated in prayer at Ram Mandir Chutia.
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A large number of Hindus attended Tuesday Prayer and chanted Hanuman Chalisa to give a positive message and show solidarity to the society to unite Hindus.
To make this prayer Successful Ravi Singh, Amit Kumar, Sanjay Kumar, Manish Gupta, Siddharth Shrivastava, Akash Rajak and Anish Sinha from Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) Contributed.