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Azad should play positive politics: Prof. Virender

BJP State Spokesperson, Prof. Virender Gupta, strongly condemned the statement of Gulam Nabi Azad that RSS policies are threat to the secular fabric of the nation and the principle of unity and diversity and said that it is the Congress party which always pursued divisive, communal and parochial politics to serve its political ends. He further said that present state of affair in the country, where it is divided on communal, caste, creed and sectarian basis, is the contribution of the Congress party that ruled the country most of the time. It always followed the policy of appeasing one section of the society against the other for the vote bank politics. The leaders of the party always remained engaged in selfish interests and adopted corrupts practices, thereby destroyed the concept of nationalism from the country.
Prof. Virender Gupta said that the R.S.S is a nationalist organization, whose loyalty towards the country is beyond any shadow of doubt. It always tried to unite the society on the plank of service of down trodden countrymen, national ethos, traditions, culture and above all nationalism. He further added that on every occasion of national crisis, tragedy, natural clarities and foreign evasions, the R.S.S volunteers stood to the time. During and after Chinese aggression in 1962 and Pakistan attack in 1965, then Congress government asked for RSS contribution to boost the morale of the army and the public in general. “Is it not a fact that RSS volunteers helped the victims of national calamities without any communal and caste considerations”, Prof. Virender asked and told that the educational institutions run by RSS provide enrolment to all sections of Indian society, beyond the religious consideration. “Is Azad aware that a Muslim boy, student of RSS run educational institution, got first position in 10+2 examination in Assam”, the Spokesperson raised the question.
Prof. Virender advised Azad to play positive politics and try to save the sinking ship of Congress party on which he himself is riding, instead of trying to get popularity by indulging in negative criticism.