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RSS to hold debate on ‘jihadi’ attacks in West Bengal

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Source: Indian Express

On Sunday, RSS Joint General Secretary Bhagaiah accused West Bengal government of not taking actions against the attacks made by Islamic fundamentalists in the state. He also accused the government of sheltering the ‘jihadis’. Bhagaiah added that ABVP, National Executive Council of RSS will hold a debate on the issue of terror attacks by Islamic fundamentalists in West Bengal in the last three years.

This was said in a council meet which was inaugurated by RSS Sarsanghachalak, Mohan Bhagawat on Sunday and is being attended by more than 1,400 representatives from across the country.

After this debate session, a resolution will be passed to the Centre to adopt necessary measures to check ‘Jihadis’ and their attacks on the society to push Mamata Banerjee’s government to restrain them, said Bhagaiah. Taking a jibe at TMC government for remaining silent watchers of the attacks, he also accused the government of putting the common people in danger by appeasing the Islamic rebels.

The jihadis terror has escalated in the state of West Bengal quickly, it has reached an extent to when the commoners were threatened to not celebrate Saraswati pooja. Instead were forced to celebrate Milad Un Nabi, the birthday of Prophet Mohammed Nabi. They have vandalised police stations. This sort of vandalism is also a sign of threat to the security of the nation.

To a question on the killings of RSS and CPI(M) workers in neighbouring Kerala, Bagaiah said: “It is the basic nature of that party (CPI-M), which is intolerant.”



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