Subramanian Swamy launches Hindutva outfit NEW DELHI: BJP leader Subramanian Swamy on Wednesday announced the formation of an organization that would push for Hindutva issues like securing the disputed Ram Mandir area for building a temple by persuading Muslims to accept an alternative site. The outfit Virat Hindustan Sangam will empower the youth to articulate the "values" of Hindutva, like scrapping of Article 370, Uniform Civil Code, Ram temple and beef ban, he told a press conference. Indicating that the new body will also act as a pressure group on the ruling BJP, he said it would provide a list of candidates to the party for consideration and work closely with the Sangh parivar. Asked what will be his priority issue, he said it would be construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya. "We will take up from January 1, 2016 the Ram temple issue. I will want the government to follow the Saudi Arabian example of offering the Waqf Board a site across the Saryu river for building a mosque...and leave the Ram temple premises completely for the temple. "We hope to complete it by the end of 2016 because of our activism both in courts and in terms of pushing the government," he said, adding that he would have finished most of his legal work in the Supreme Court by then. He also batted for scrapping of Article 370, an issue put on the back burner, saying it is in the party's manifesto and it would have to do it by 2019 when next Lok Sabha election is scheduled. His organization, he said, will be open to Hindus or those Muslims and other Indians who acknowledge their Hindu ancestry.