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RSS runs the show at Centre, MP, says state Cong chief

bhopal Updated: Oct 21, 2016 08:02 IST

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Arun Yadav said RSS intends to divide the society and finish the social fabric of secularism. (Chandresh Mathur/HT photo)

Taking a dig at the present government, Madhya Pradesh Congress president Arun Yadav said on Thursday it is the RSS that runs the show at the Centre as well as the state. The organisation should appoint its pracharaks on important posts in police and civil administration, he said.

“The whole system is controlled by the RSS. In the Balaghat incident, policemen had to face the music for no fault of theirs. Apparently, there was no sign of grave injuries on the RSS pracharak. It was vandalism on the part of the saffron unit in Balaghat, Dhar and Jhabua but the policemen had to bear the brunt”, he said.

“The manner in which the police officers were shifted shows that Shivraj Singh Chouhan government had little say in the matter. There was no action taken against any RSS worker and pracharak found guilty in the incidents.

“Let all IAS and IPS officers go home and RSS pracharaks can take over. For, if the government is there, it should be doing its job. The government’s job is to ensure maintenance of law and order situation in the state. How can the chief minister allow all that is happening? Why is that such incidents never occured during the then chief minister Digvijaya Singh’s regime? He asked.

He said as far as the Congress was concerned it was with all the officials victimized in the three incidents.

“We will raise the issue of RSS vandalism through all the possible fora and take to the streets. We will fight against RSS tooth and nail. We have already filed a petition in the high court in this regard”, he said.

He said the RSS’ motive was very clear. They intend to divide the society and finish the social fabric of secularism in the society. “This is not a new trend for them. It had been going on since Mahatma Gandhi was there. They didn’t hoist the national flag for decades after Independence,” Yadav said.