VISHWA Hindu Parishad expressed deepest condolences over the demise of its founder member and Namdhari Saint Sadguru Jagjit Singh Maharaj. In a condolence message on December 13 VHP patron Shri Ashok Singhal and other senior leaders termed the departing as a great loss to the Hindu society in general and the Namdhari sect in particular.
They also said that the passing away of the great saint is a great loss to the VHP as he was the last surviving member from amongst the illustrious founding fathers of this global body of Hindus. “The Parishad and its Hindu consolidation programmes and projects, and especially our Cow Protection Movement, always got his blessings, encouragement and support. The best homage to Brahmaliin Sadguru Maharaj would be to further promote the cause of goraksha and other activities for the cause of “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” that were so dear to his heart and for which he was always proactive, committed and dedicated,” the condolence message added. (FOC)