No Hindu can be a terrorist: RSS leader

No Hindu can be a terrorist: RSS leader

RSS Sarasanghachalak Mohanji Bhagwat honouring advocate K N Bhat at Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha venue at Puttur on Sunday. Bhat had argued successfully for Ram-Lalla in Ayodhya land dispute cases. DH Photo

With the curtains closed down for the three days Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha (ABPS) in Puttur, RSS Rashtriya Sara Karyavaha Suresh Joshi (Bhaiyyaji) took up the opportunity to defend Hindus by stating that no Hindu can be a terrorist.

Speaking to media persons on the last day of the ABPS, Joshi said few forces are conspiring against the Hindus for the sake of vote bank politics. “Calling the Hindu society as a terror group and considering the Hindu religious centers as terror generating places are well planned conspiracy. How can the life of the people in this nation remain secured if the Hindus themselves become terrorists?” he questioned.  Explaining the grounds on which the resolution against the corruption was passed in the Baitak, he informed that a study on the corruption widespread in India shows that the government policies, education system, the way of functioning of the administrative bodies are the factors determining the corruption-level. A change must be brought in the political, educational and administrative policies, he said.

The RSS leader came down heavily on the neighbouring nation China for being imperialistic and posing threat to India.

After discussing in detail the way in which China is developing infrastructure in North East region and PoK and the threat posed by it, we have passed the resolution to regulate China’s activities in India, he informed.

On a positive note

On a positive note, Bhaiyyaji said the RSS has few happy news to share which includes the book fair organised in Bangalore and the Kumbh Mel held in Madhya Pradesh.

“The RSS is overwhelmed by the fact that all the Sanskrit books exhibited at the book fair  in Bangalore recently were sold out. It is indeed a positive trend,” Bhaiyyaji reiterated.

Meanwhile, he also informed that the RSS has been taking up various social activities in the recent past among which is the Kumbh Mel organised in Mandala of Madhya Pradesh.

The Kumbh Mel was not on the lines of religious discourse, but it was a platform where the social issues like untouchability, discrimination based on caste and region, problems pertaining to the Scheduled Caste community members were discussed, he said.