RSS meet raises concern over rise in communal violence by radical Jihadi elements
The three-day executive meet of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) –Akhil Bharatiya Karyakari Mandal (ABKM) ended in Hyderabad, on Tuesday.
During the meet, Sangh discussesd the increasing number of communal violence by radical Jihadi elements not only in the state of Uttar Pradesh, but in Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala. The Sangh accused the respective state governments of pampering the Jihadi activities, asking them to take stringent action against the perpetrators.
In the recent past, several sadism have been reported over attacking not only Hindus, but on RSS Pracharaks. “The nexus with international terror outfit like Islamic State (IS) is evident from the recent arrests of such elements in Kerala and Telangana,” Sangh mentioned in a statement.
On the other hand, on the concluding day of the session, the general secretary of RSS Bhaiyyaji Joshi mentioned other important and conventional political, social and economic issues.
On the valedictory address Joshi mentioned, “After the Allahabad High Court judgement, it is clear that Ram Mandir should be built in Ayodhya. However, we are waiting for the apex court to deliver its verdict.” Sangh has been focusing over 30 years on the sub-judice matter.
At the same time, on Triple Talaq Sangh stated as “internal problem of Muslim community.” On debatable issues, Triple Talaq and Uniform Civil Code (UCC) senior RSS leader and general secretary Bhiyyaji Joshi added, “Discrimination based on gender is not right. It is a challenge for the society to safeguard the interest of women and the society should review it closely.”
“The UCC must be upheld without discrimination and without disturbing cultural traditions and social fabric,” Joshi also mentioned.
Sangh also asserted on few other scorching issues like banning of Pakistani artists from India, Surgical strike and the banning of Chinese goods. The RSS top brass mentioned that, “Art is universal and so is an artist’s domain. But when the artist refuses to respect our country, why should he or she be allowed?”
At the same time, Sangh expressed its strong support to government’s decision for conducting surgical strikes following the Uri attack and condemned the political counter-attacks on the present NDA government. “We congratulate both the army and the government for their decisive strike to ensure country’s security,” Bhaiyyaji Joshi added.