MADURAI: Members of the Rameswaram Ram Sethu Protection Movement have threatened to launch a road blockade in the country on September 12 if their demands were not met. A resolution was passed at a conference held at Rameswaram on Sunday. Speakers, including Viswa Hindu Parishad secretary Pravin Togadia and Hindu Munnani leader Ramagopalan, said the ongoing Sethusamudram project would “destroy the Rama Sethu that would not only be detrimental to national security but also affect the interests of fishermen.” It was decided to block traffic on September 12 between 8 and 11 a.m. Activists from Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Kerala took participated, police sources said. — Special Correspondent