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Slamming political parties for raising the issue of Ram Temple before elections and then forgetting it later, delegates at the All-India Hindu Convention here on Friday appealed to Hindus to unite in their demand for a Ram Mandir at Ayodhya and ensure that it became a reality. Addressing a session on ‘Task against evil tendencies in the Government’ on the third day of the convention here, T. Raja Singh, BJP MLA of Hyderabad (Telangana) and founder of Shriram Yuva Sena said, “The time has come to firmly say the first priority is Hindu Dharma, and then politics.’’State chief of Shiv Sena from Telangana T.N. Murari said “The ruling Telangana Rashtra Samiti is implementing a policy of appeasement of the minorities and injustice on majority Hindus.”‘Democracy’s failure’Quoting Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, Ramesh Shinde, national spokesperson of Hindu Janajagran Samiti said however good the Constitution might be, if the rulers were incompetent, democracy will be a failure. “As many Members of Parliament today are corrupt and are criminals, the failure of democracy has surfaced within 70 years only. To change the system in a democracy, the society cannot afford to remain indifferent, but take the lead and take action in a democratic way,” he said. “An expansive fight have to be organised against evil tendencies by utilising legal ways such as protests, PILs, use of RTI Act etc. This fight itself will be a movement in the direction of establishing an ideal system of a Hindu nation,” he added.