Speaking to reporters here, VHP Secretary General Champat Rai said on April 5, Togadia was to attend a Hindu Sammelan in Raiganj in West Bengal but he has been prohibited.
"I consider it very laughable," he said, adding "We feel that people are taking decisions on the basis of political rather than administrative reasons. They must have done some calculations."
Rai said it was an administrative failure on the part of the West Bengal government to impose Sec 144 CrPC in all districts just to prevent one person from attending a meeting.
He said the VHP will hold its meeting in Raiganj and Togadia may not go there but may address the gathering through a mobile phone.
The West Bengal government had earlier banned the entry of Togadia into the state fearing communal tension and disruption in public tranquility. A local court had on Thursday put an
interim stay on promulgation of CrPC Section 144 for the public meeting in North Dinajpur district.
On a question related to 'ghar wapsi', Rai said this was the reason for VHP's existence and called it a continuous process. On illegal immigration of Bangladesh nationals, he said the border should be sealed and asked people not employ Bangladeshis.
Responding to a question on findings in a recent survey, which suggested a growth in minority population in India, he said "if you are happy with just one child, it will happen."
He also said that the civil matter related to Ram Janambhumi case was pending in the Supreme Court and sought that a bench should be constituted so that the case moves  forward as it has been nearly five years since the appeal was filed.

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