While addressing Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Pratinidhi Sabha in Bangalore on Sunday, RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat said that RSS is not meant for chanting 'NaMo NaMo'. He has reportedly said that the organisation should not cross its limit while working for the Bhartiya Janata Party.
"Hum rajneeti mein nahin hain. Humara kaam
'Namo Namo' karna nahin hai. Humein apne lakshya ke liye kaam karna
hai (We are not in politics. Our work is not to chant ‘Namo, Namo’.
We must work towards our own target)," as reported The Indian
It is widely reported
that RSS, the mother and ideological mentor of BJP, is striving hard
to see Modi as the Prime Minister of India targeting 272+. Justifying
this wide spread report he claimed that it was 'national interest'
and while working for the BJP during the elections, the RSS cadres
should remember that they are not a part of any political party. He
gave this remark in the presence of BJP chief Rajnath Singh and RSS
pracharak deputed to BJP as General Secretary Ramlal.
It has always been denied
by the Sangha Parivar that they don't interfere in BJP's functioning.
However, BJP has often been politically criticised for relations with
When the NaMo wave is at
its pick, such a statement by RSS head does not sound well and has
become a topic for political murmuring.