Former Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) leader Praveen Togadia has announced an indefinite fast from Tuesday to protest his 'ouster' from the VHP. Togadia resigned after former judge VS Kokje defeated Togadia's nominee Raghav Reddy for the election to the post of the organisation's international working president. The fast is being seen as Togadia's show of strength, and VHP's Gujarat unit has announced its support to the leader. On Monday, Togadia kept up his attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who left for his five-day visit to the UK. “Today our soldiers are not safe on borders, farmers are committing suicide and our daughters are not safe in their homes. And yet, our PM has embarked on a foreign tour,” he said. According to the VHP Gujarat unit leaders, 5,000 district-level VHP workers who support Togadia have quit the organisation. His supporters said Togadia — through his fast — wants to remind the Bharatiya Janata Party that Ram temple and abolition of Article 370 was in the party's manifesto. He may announce a new outfit soon.