The government, Joshi said, “should take steps to enact a law as per the wishes of sants and Ram bhakts... No other alternative can be imagined... We are not begging, we are expressing our sentiment. We are sure that those who are in government today will understand this and take positive steps”.
Bhagwat added that the time for “patience” was over. “About one year ago, I had said dhairya rakho. Today I say let’s create public awareness, andolan nirnayak ho (what’s needed is a decisive struggle). We have to take up the task of organising whole Hindu society for it.”
"They will also be held responsible if for their negligence or collusion any effort is made to change the status quo of any portion of the entire acquired area of the disputed site in Ayodhya,” stated the letter.
VHP president of Ram Nagar, Himanshu Agarwal said, "The people treat the temple premises as a picnic spot. Couples can be seen basking in the river that flows through the temple. Our demand has been that this shouldn't be allowed near a temple."
Claiming that the time for the construction of Ram temple was drawing closer, VHP’s new working president Alok Kumar said, “Either the court will decide... Otherwise, if felt needed, will get a law made for this purpose.”
Taking on the organisers of the 'Not in My Name' protests, Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) International joint secretary Surendra Jain said "these placard-carrying groups with selfish interests are trying to malign the holy resolve of cow-protection".