The yatra will aim at bringing awareness among Hindus on banning the cow slaughter in the country and also strengthen its membership drive.
The organisation is aiming to enrol around two lakh members in each state. And with a demand of declaring cow as national animal and to stop cow slaughter in the country, a delegation will meet President Prathiba Devisingh Patil on January 22 next year and submit a memorandum comprising of over 50 crore signatures of people of the country.
Replying on Pakistan issue, Vedantaya said that Indian borders are not secured and it deemed that our Prime Minister is too soft on Pakistan. Indian Government should stop talking with Pakistan and should take strong stand against that country, he said.
"The country, which has attacked India thrice could not understand the language of talks, hence the government needed to talk in the same language which they understand," he said.
Government needed to follow the footsteps of Israel, Russia, USA and China against terrorists, Vedantaya said. Religion conversion of Hindus is on rampant in the country and if it's not prevented then there is every possibility that India will turn into a Christian land and the Hindus will be on minority side at the end of this century, he warned.
VHP state unit secretary Dr Hemant Jambhekar accused Congress Government of fooling minority people by utilising their votes for their political gain.
Replying to a query VHP Vidarbha unit president Vijayjeet Walia said that SIMI activists are active in Gondia city. He demanded to conduct enquiry against the newly constructed mosques in the region where people of suspicious characters used to visit them.