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Singhal, VHP president

AMRITSAR: : The Vishwa Hindu Parishad on Wednesday reconstituted its organisational structure and elected its international working president Ashok Singhal as its president while re-electing Pravin Togadia as general secretary.

"Since VHP president Vishnu Hari Dalmia has opted to become part of the Advisory Committee, Ashok Singhal is formally elected as president of the VHP in the meeting of International Central Committee of the Parishad,'' Mr. Togadia told reporters here.

Senior vice-president of the organisation Acharya Giriraj Kishore also opted to include himself in the Advisory Committee, he added.

Other newly-elected office-bearers include vice-presidents — Anand Shankar Pandya, Raghvender Rao, S. Vedantam, P. Ramchandran, Ashok Rao Chogle, Subhash Kapur and Mahesh Bhai Mehta. — PTI

`Ram rath yatra'

UNI reports from Amritsar:

The VHP announced that it would commence its "Ram Rath Yatra" for the construction of the Ram temple at Ayodhya in February 2007.

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