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Veteran VHP leader Ashok Singhal replaced as VHP Int.president

Ashok Singhal has been replaced as the International President of RSS while its General Secretary Pravin Togadia was given a greater responsibility.

Written by Press Trust Of India | Kochi |
December 20, 2011 12:46:55 am

Veteran Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) leader Ashok Singhal has been replaced as the International President of the organisation while its General Secretary Pravin Togadia was given a greater responsibility.

Infusing young blood,the VHP board of trustees at their three-day meeting here chose Raghav Reddy and Togadia as the new International President and International Working President respectively.

Champat Rai of Delhi was made International General Secretary,Ashok Chowgule of Mumbai unit chosen as the Working President (VHP External) while Dinesh Chandra of Delhi made the organisational general secretary,a VHP statement said today after the end of the meeting yesterday.

Singhal,who was International President for more than two decades,and S Vedantam would now guide the organisation as advisers,the statement said.

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