Monday, 26 September, 2011

Communal Violence Bill is 'destructive', says RSS Chief

Jammu, Sep 25: Asserting that there is no need for bringing Communal Violence Bill, Rashtriya Sawaymsevak Sangh (RSS) Chief Mohan Rao Bhagwat today termed it as ‘destructive’.

"Bill is a move mooted only to keep India shattered on majority and minority issue and it is absolutely 'destructive and dangerous," Mr Bhagwat said while addressing the Sangh conglomeration as part of his five-day visit to Jammu to review various RSS activities across the state.

The RSS chief said, "There was no need for introducing such a bill." He, however, defined the victim and the victimiser in the Bill with majority and minority communities standing loser and gainer respectively and said, "it's connotations are dangerous aiming at breaking India." The RSS chief further said there was an urgent need to strengthen India and it was impossible without fortifying Hindu way of India.

While counting felonies attached with Indian sovereignty including foreign threats, infiltration, corruption, cross-border smuggling of fake currency and narcotics vis-à-vis the Chinese and Pakistan threats, Mr Bhagwat said, "Such threats cannot disintegrate Hindustan." He, however, laid stress on solving the problem rather than arguing over it and said, "No inimical force can divide or break India, but we too are unable to wipe out the threats due to the weakness reflecting through the political class." The RSS chief advocated social transformation above the political to bring in the reformation.

Meanwhile, Mr Bhagwat referring to Chinese incursion and Pakistan terrorism, porous borders with Bangladesh, Naxalism and Maoism, said they all can be resolved only through one prism and that is strong ‘Hindu India’.



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