No part of India should become Dar-Ul-Islam, leaders of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad declared on Sunday on the concluding day of the three-day meeting of the right-wing body’s Central Board of Trustees and Governing Council. The VHP also said that Christian missionaries should replace their “radical leadership”.

At the end of the meeting, VHP’s trust board appealed to all sections of the society to not patronise “anti-national tendencies”. It urged the government at the centre as well as in states to “control” madrassas and missionary schools that “teach exclusivism, extremism and separatism”.

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