Continuing to target pro-Hindu groups including the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and Bajrang Dal, Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh has charged such outfits and their affiliates of spreading violence and anarchy in Madhya Pradesh.
Showing some photographs to mediapersons here on Saturday, Singh said RSS taught its cadres to take the path of violence.
"Children are being taught to wear black cap, put on brown shorts and take the path of violence. It is they who spread anarchy. They are workers of Bajrang Dal. They are holding baton and spear. This is what is taught in RSS and Bajrang Dal. Recognize these faces. They are the people who spread anarchy in the state," said Singh.
Singh also blamed the Hindu groups for the clashes earlier this month with his supporters while on his way to Ujjain from Indore cities of the state.
"They attacked me. They are neither Hindu nor followers of any religion. They are culprits. The leaders and workers of Sangh should introspect and refrain from such violent intent," said Singh.
Singh also sought resignation of Karnataka chief minister BS Yeddyurappa, BJP president Nitin Gadkari after Yeddyurappa was accused in an illegal mining report.
"The limit of decency has been crossed. Yeddyurappa should immediately resign. If not then Gadkari should resign," added Singh.