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RSS: Those who talk of Hindu terrorism don't have guts to act against terror suspects
Rastreeya Swayam Sevak (RSS) General Secretary Bhaiyyaji Suresh Joshi lamented that persons talking about 'Hindu terrorism' do not have guts to take action against people or organisations openly involved in terrorist activities.

Presenting the annual report of the RSS at its three-day national annual meet Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha (All India General Council meet) at Jaipur, he deplored that instead of efforts to bring minorities into the mainstream of national life along with Hindus, there is a competition to adopt policies of minority appeasement.

RSS Sarasanghachalak Mohan Bhagwat inaugurated the meet. Suresh Joshi alleged that considering Muslims no more than a vote bank, the Home Minister is making false, malicious and baseless charges that the people responsible for terrorism represent 'Hindu, Saffron, Sangh and BJP' and showing their anti-Hindu mentality.

According to him, the recent attacks on temples and Hindu settlements in 24 Pragana district and the bomb blast in Bhagyanagar (Hyderabad) reflects the growing Islamic extremism. He expressed concern over the statements and reactions issued by the Chief MInsiter of Jammu and Kashmir and other leaders after the hanging of terrorist Afzal Guru.

Referring to the incident of Pakistani forces intruding into Bharat's territory, and the horrendous attack on Bharat's soldiers, he said it is not an ordinary incident, but a conspiracy hatched by committed terrorist group dedicated to Pakistan's cause. He warned that the presence of anti-Bharat people is a big threat for the nation. According to him, the need of the hour is for the Indian government is to take these incidents very seriously. He said that presence of well-armed and strong military forces alone can raise the morale of the common citizenry. He demanded that the Government of India should take into consideration the right strategic bodies suited to the current scenario, and generate confidence in our people about security of our borders.

Suresh Joshi expressed concern that sustained illegal infiltration from Bangladesh since independence is taking a critical shape now. According to him, Bangladeshi nationals entering Bharat's borders, obsentibly in search of employment, are influencing the centers of power and disturbing the peace of land acquiring citizenship by illegal means. “They are not just disturbing the balance of population, but are also creating a challenging situation for Hindu society in those areas,” he added. He warned that it would be a mistake to look at the recent rioting in Kokrajhar (Assam) as only a local dispute. He demanded that this incident should be looked at as a part of an elaborate conspiracy.

Suresh Joshi said that wide spread corruption in arms deals is a matter of grave concern and saddens us.  He asked that can the Ministry of Defence shrug of its responsibility by shifting the blame on officers of the armed forces? He said that it would not be in the interest of the country and would lower the faith of the common people at holding high posts in Armed Forces and Ministry of Defence fall under the cloud of suspicion. He warned that this kind of degrading politics and corrupt system is highly destructive for the nation.

Stating that the society is deeply hurt due to recent incidents of violence against women, he said this is the result of corrosion in ethical values and our social life. How can social life be secured against the distortions that have come in our society in the name of modernization, he asked. Can the situation change by putting the responsibility on security system or policing and improving law and order situation, he added. He suggested that social, educational and religious institutions have to ponder over their role in the society. According to him, answer to this problem will be found in following ethical and moral life style.

Suresh Joshi said that there has been impressive growth in Sakha (basic unit of RSS that functions daily in open grounds) work during last year both in terms of quantity and quality following good plans made in all the states this year for expanding Shakhas. Presently, there are 42,981 Shakhas are being run in 28,788 places, besides 9,577 Saptahik milans (weekly get togethers) and 7,178 Sangh mandlis (monthly get togethers).

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