Azad need to understand RSS: Arora
BJP Senior leader & MLC Ramesh Arora, while condemning the negative comments by Congress leader Gulam Nabi Azad about RSS, said that either the Congress leader lacks proper information or he is playing communal card to appease a particular faith in the country, which is very dangerous.
Ramesh Arora said that even a common man can well differentiate between RSS and ISIS as both these organisations have totally different in their approach toards the humanity and the society but leaders like Azad are intentionally closing their eyes for petty political interests.
Arora reminded the people that it was same Ghulam Nabi Azad, who even went to the extent of declaring his brother namely Ghulam Ali as mentally sick in 2008 when he did not follow his dictates to work for Congress and preferred to join BJP to display his real nationalism. He said that whatever has been uttered by Azad is highly objectionable and the Congress leader must apolozise from the nation as it has sent very wrong signals from the Congres leadership to forces against the country.
“Who is not aware that Azad hails from Bhaderwah and a number of local leaders of RSS Ruchar Kumar, Swami Raj Kattal, Satish Bhandari and Santosh Thakur, all were born in the erstwhile Doda district and sacrificed their lives while fighting against militants” Arora said and added that even Ghulam Nabi Azad is well aware of these sacrifices and comparing RSS with ISIS in a way is a calculated move to remain in news.
Arora said that RSS do not need any certificate of being patriotic organisation as it works for nation building and talk of vasudevam Kutumbkamb. The whole world is a family which further says Sarvey Bhabantu Sukhinam”- Peace for all.
We are exceeding limits on the name of freedom of speech the same was also observed in JNU episode, where they use to talk about the division of the country. Their professor says that Kashmir issue is not settled require Plebiscite.It seems that azad too is following the same tone and line for which he should tender apology to the Nation.