To The Honourable Governor of Andhra Pradesh, The Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh
We, the undersigned seek the repealing of "The Andhra Pradesh Charitable and Hindu Religious Institutions and Endowments Act 30/1987". It is being a matter of fact that the "The Andhra Pradesh Charitable and Hindu Religious Institutions and Endowments Act 30/1987" hereby referred to as AP Endowments Act 1987 is unconstitutional and violates the principles of secularism, the fundamental tenets of the Constitution of India, as it divides the society on the basis of religion and imposes restrictions on Hindu Rights to Worship, whilst such restrictions are not imposed on any other practicing religions in Andhra Pradesh.
We, the Hindus, undersigned would want to bring it to your notice the AP Endowments Act 1987 is stealing the Right to the Social Goods of Hindus, whilst providing other religions their Right to Social Goods.We, the Hindus, undersigned would like to emphasize that Hindus deserve just equally their rights and duties, efforts and fruits in building their institutions of worship and socialisation as other practicing religions in the State of Andhra Pradesh.We, the Hindus, undersigned would like to assert that Hindus do have a Right to Social Assets like Temples and culturally, sociologically, anthropologically, historically, archeologically Temples belonged to the Hindu Collective and would naturally remain to do and that the AP Endowments Act 1987 is seen as a Stealing of such Cultural, Material, Spiritual and Religious Assets and Wealth and the Income from such Wealth and Assets from the Hindu Collective, whilst other religions have full rights to possession and maintenance of theirs.
We, the Hindus, undersigned would like to affirm that the AP Endowments Act 1987 be repealed and the Hindu Collective be returned to Hindu Collective, represented by RSS/VHP in this case.
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