Muslims should oppose Udaipur incident vigorously: RSS

A meeting of RSS was attended by chief Mohan Bhagwat and all the top functionaries of the body. The Prant Pracharaks of all 45 Prants presented their report in the meeting.

Manish GodhaUpdated: Saturday, July 09, 2022, 08:41 PM IST
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Muslims should oppose Udaipur incident vigorously: RSS |

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh has said that Muslims should come forward and oppose the Udaipur incident vigorously. Such incidents are neither in the interest of society nor in the interest of the country, it added.

"Hindus are reacting in a peaceful, constitutional way. The Muslims are also expected to do the same," said Sunil Ambekar, the all-India Prachar Pramukh of RSS in Jhunjhunu on Saturday while briefing about the 3-day Prant Prachark meeting of the RSS.

Ambekar said that the brutal murder in Udaipur is highly condemnable. "There is democracy in our country. Everyone has constitutional democratic rights. If someone does not like something, then there is a democratic way to react to it. Civilized society condemns such an incident. It is necessary to stop it together," he added.

Although he kept mum on the question of whether this issue was discussed in the meeting or not.

While answering a question related to the controversial film Kali, Ambekar said, "along with freedom of expression, public sentiment should also be taken care of."

He said that 2025 will be the centenary year of RSS and a comprehensive expansion plan has been made for the centenary year. He said that by 2024, Shakhas will be taken to one lakh places across the country and Sangh work will reach all sections of the society with social awakening to create a positive environment in society.

The meeting was attended by RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat and all the top functionaries of the body. The Prant Pracharaks of all 45 Prants presented their report in the meeting.

Ambekar said that this meeting was held after the Covid period and upcoming plans and activities were also discussed.

He said that Sangh Shiksha Vargas (Training Camp) was held for two years, 18,981 Swayamsevaks below 40 years of age and 2,925 Swayamsevaks above 40 years of age participated in these training camps.

He said that the Sangh work is gaining momentum again. The Shakhas which were affected due to Covid have resumed. At present, the number of Shakhas is 56,824. The participation of volunteers in social work like water management, waste management, environment and cleanliness etc. is increasing.

He said that in the context of 75 years of independence, various organizations of the society are organizing many programs about unknown and unsung heroes and the RSS is of the view that there is a need to publicize them more.

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