RSS extends support to Sandeshkhali victim women

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Guwahati: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Swayamsevaks and the Sangh inspired organizations support the victim women of Sandeshkhali (West Bengal) in their movement for justice.

Mentioning the recent meeting of Sandeshkhali women representatives with the President of India demanding stringent punishment for the perpetrators, RSS  Sarkaryavah Dattatreya Hosabale said in a press briefing at Nagpur (Maharashtra) on Sunday.

Addressing the media on the occasion of Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha of the largest socio-cultural organisation on 15, 16 and 17 March 2024, Hosabale  also added that there are still a few incidences of social discrimination and untouchability observed in Indian society.

Their impact is very less among the urban areas, but there should not be any discrimination related to lakes, wells, temples and crematoriums in the society, asserted Hosabale,  who was unanimously re-elected as Sarkaryavah for the next three years.

On the wide usage of the term minority, Hosabale  clarified that the Sangh opposes the minoritism in politics. Right from the second Sar Sanghchalak, all the Sar Sanghchalaks had worked towards coordination with the Muslims and Christians.

He also mentioned recent disturbances in Manipur as painful. RSS is working in both the communities involved, Meities and Kukis, revealed  Hosabale adding that the Sangh has  tried to normalize the situation by talking to the leaders of both the communities and it turned fruitful.

“Samajik Samrasata (social harmony) is not a strategy, but an article of faith. Samajik Parivartan (social transformation) will realize after bringing the Sajjan Shakti (the power of good) together and their collective efforts.

RSS has pledged to join the whole society and move forward towards Samajik Parivartan (social transformation),” commented Hosabale, adding that the active participation of the Bharatiya society has been widely experienced by all due to the historic occasion of Ramlalla Pran Pratishtha at Ajodhya (Uttar Pradesh).

RSS has emerged as a nationalist movement now, opined Hosabale. While replying to a question,  Hosabale stated that election is a big festival of democracy.

It is essential to strengthen the nation’s democracy, unity and maintain the pace of progress. RSS Swayamsevaks will spread awareness for cent percent polling. The society should be vigilant, that there are no aspects of enmity, separatism, or divisive attempts or anything that goes against unity.

The organisation plans daily Shakhas and Saptahik Milan to achieve the objective of Poorn Nagar, Poorn Mandal and Poorn Khand by Vijayadashmai 2025, when the organisation will complete its hundred years of existence.

Hosabale observed that the impact of  RSS functioning is visible in the society. There is a sense of being blessed and gratitude for the society’s affinity towards the Sangh. He pointed out that the key issues like environment protection and Samajik samarasata (social harmony) were for the entire society and not just for any single organisation.

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