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RSS annual report slams govt over saffron terror, corruption

india Updated: Mar 11, 2011 20:46 IST

The RSS on Friday said that "anti-Hindu" forces were trying to weaken the efforts to counter jihadi terrorism by labelling Hindus as "terrorists" by citing a few incidents.

In its annual report released on Friday at the organisation's annual meet being held in Puttur, RSS general secretary Suresh Joshi said, "Instead of assuring security to patriotic Hindu organisations, saints and centres of faith of Hindu society, these people are trying to create confusion about these forces in the minds of common people."

He said that with a selfish urge to remain in power or capture power, policies are being framed to pander to some communities while closing eyes to the anti-national and terrorist forces.

"So-called leaders consider Hindu organisations to be even a greater danger than the elements fomenting Islamic terrorism. They are not even shy of sharing such views with foreign powers."

He said the RSS wold work to foil attempts to manufacture falsehood and create confusion and will cooperate with the efforts towards nation building.

The report was critical about the role of the constitutional system on the issue of corruption and said the urge to accumulate wealth creates a strong tendency to misuse constitutional positions.

"We are witnessing devastation of constitutional system due to this mentality. Unfortunately, there are question marks about the safety of the people who are opposing this and trying to clean up the system", the RSS leader said in the report.

He said it is extremely important that policy makers, economic experts and social thinkers think about the effect on fiscal system and economic stability resulting from black money and put in serious efforts to bring back illegal wealth stashed away in foreign lands.