The election process of the National President will start in the meeting of the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha National Working Committee on September 25-26.
New Delhi: A two-day meeting of the National Working Committee of the All India Hindu Mahasabha will be held on September 25 and 26 at Bhagwan Ranganath Temple, Ashram Bhairam Khan Road, Nemisharanya Dham, District Sitapur, Uttar Pradesh under the chairmanship of National President Swami Tridandi Ji Maharaj.
According to Ravindra Kumar Dwivedi, National Working President of Hindu Mahasabha, the process of election of National President of Hindu Mahasabha will be started in the meeting. A welcome committee (Election Committee) will be formed in the meeting to conduct the constitutional elections. With the formation of the reception committee, the election process will start and the calendar of the election process will be issued.
National Working President Ravindra Kumar Dwivedi said that after the three-month long election process, preparations for the 65th National Convention will start. In the national convention, the newly elected national president will take the oath of office and secrecy. National spokesperson Kamini Jha gave this information in a statement issued from New Delhi today.
Kamini Jha said that in order to free the Hindu Mahasabha from factionalism, all the groups would be invited to participate in the election process.
Hindu Mahasabha’s national spokesperson Bhaskar Tiwari said in Mumbai that 28 states would participate in the meeting of the National Working Committee. The meeting of the National Working Committee will be held on 25 September in a two-day meeting, while an open session will be organized on 26 September. On September 1, 2018, Swami Tridandi Ji Maharaj assumed the responsibility of the Constitutional National President at the 64th National Convention in New Delhi. His term is now coming to an end.
Bhaskar Tiwari told that in the meeting of the National Working Committee, the Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Varanasi and Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi Mathura should be freed from the symbols of foreign slavery, the temples of the country should be freed from government control, in 2022 the assembly elections to be held in various states including Uttar Pradesh. Resolutions of various social, cultural and political importance will be passed including preparations. Bhaskar Tiwari said that while giving information about the meeting of the National Executive Committee to the Election Commission of India, the Commission has been requested to send its observer to the meeting place.
Hindu Mahasabha Uttar Pradesh President Rishi Trivedi has welcomed the decision of the National Working Committee to hold the meeting of the National Working Committee in Nemisharanya, Uttar Pradesh. He said that the Uttar Pradesh Hindu Mahasabha is fully prepared to welcome the delegates coming from different states of the country. To make the meeting of the National Working Committee grand and historic, the state workers have started working hard. Rishi Trivedi informed that more than two hundred officials and workers of the State Hindu Mahasabha would participate in the open session held on September 26.