Jagadguru Paramhans Acharya Maharaj, who recently made headlines with his 'Hindu Rashtra' demand, has decided to call off his 'Jal Samadhi' plan. The top seer said that he will now hold an 'Aamaran anshan' (fast unto death) at the Ramlila Maidan in Delhi.
Acharya Maharaj had earlier demanded the Modi government to declare India a ‘Hindu Rashtra’ by October 2 or else he will take 'Jal Samadhi' in river Sarayu. He even asked the government to terminate the nationality of Muslims and Christians.
“I demand that India should be declared a ‘Hindu Rashtra’ by October 2 or else I'll take Jal Samadhi in river Sarayu,” Jagadguru Paramhans Acharya Maharaj was quoted as saying by news agency ANI.
However, his October 2 plans were interrupted when he was placed under house arrest, and police were deployed at his Ashram. On Friday, representatives from 29 states came together for a discussion on 'Hindu Rashtra' in the 'Hindu Sanatan Dharm' meeting.
Chetan Kakkad, a representative of 'Hindu Rashtra' from Punjab said, he is supporting Paramhans Acharya and his 15 lakh followers.
"I am here to support Paramhans Acharya in support to make India a 'Hindu Rashtra'. There are 15 lakh influencers from 15 states in our support," he said.