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‘NDA ignoring agenda,’ says RSS chief Bhagwat

‘NDA ignoring agenda,’ says RSS chief Bhagwat
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The second day of the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) meeting in Agra on Sunday concluded with its chief Mohan Bhagwat making a veiled criticism of the Narendra Modiled NDA government.

  • Asks Sangh workers to adopt a ‘wait and watch’ policy, considering govt is silent on core issues
  • Section of people make unnecessary hue and cry over statement-those living in Hindustan are Hindus
  • Leaders of the party in power should also have propagated this statement more effectively
  • They are silent on this issue and trying to strike a balance. It will annoy the people in the long-run

RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat  in Agra on Monday.Agra: The second day of the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) meeting in Agra on Sunday concluded with its chief Mohan Bhagwat making a veiled criticism of the Narendra Modiled NDA government.

RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat was quoted as saying at a closed door meeting that the Sangh workers should adopt a "wait and watch" policy, considering the government was silent on its core issues.

“We are not getting the expected results. A section of people make unnecessary hue and cry over our statement that those living in Hindustan are Hindus. They don’t want to analyse our statement objectively. The leaders of the party in power should also have propagated this statement more effectively. But they are silent on this issue and trying to strike a balance. It will annoy the people in the long-run,” Bhagwat was quoted as saying.

Bhagwat, however, was reported to have said that he still has expectations from the Centre. Recently, the RSS had decided to hand over its wish list to Union ministers, who have the power to implement the Sangh’s agenda.

RSS cancels VK Singh’s address at session
Former Indian Army chief and Modi government's minister VK Singh was not allowed to address a session at RSS' 'Yuva Sankalp Shivir' as he arrived at the venue late, a report said. The 3-day-long camp of RSS is underway in Agra. The ex-army chief was supposed to address an hour-long session on the issue of 'security and defence policies of the country' at 11AM on Sunday but RSS cancelled his session as he failed to turp up at the venue on time.

Moreover, the Ghaziabad MP had to pay the price for his late arrival as he was made to sit behind other dignitaries present in the room. Mohan Bhagwat was also present at the venue. The day two of the RSS camp was attended by 5,500 students.

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