My comment - part of the problem is that secularism in India applies not to Hinduism - the government does not have any right to interfere in minority institutions, but runs and milks the manifold Hindu religious establishments.
Anyway, here is his declaration, and he hopes it catches the spirit of the people like the Quit India, 1942.
July 15, 2006
We Hindus assembled here declare
that we do not support, directly or indirectly,
any group, institution, religion, media,
or political force, which preaches, practices
or works against Hindu Dharma
in this country.
We appeal to all the Hindus
in this country and elsewhere
to subscribe to and support
the Tirupathi Declaration.
We want all the Hindu religious endowments
to be managed by Hindu bodies,
and not by the government.
We want the secular government
to release all religious endowments
from its hold.