The RSS has sought to blame Prime Minister Manmohan Singh directly for the controversial affidavit on Lord Ram and pointed to his Sikh faith and its sacred texts that contain numerous references to the revered figure.
An editorial in RSS mouthpiece 'Organiser' alleged that Congress chief Sonia Gandhi would not be able to understand India and its "identity Ram" because of her foreign and Catholic origin.
"Prime minister Manmohan Singh, a confirmed religious Sikh, should have known better, for the holy Guru Granth Sahib, holy gurbani of revered Guru Gobind Singh are known for their salutations to Sri Ram," the Sangh mouthpiece wrote.
"Sonia Gandhi will not know. She will never understand this country. No foreigner can fathom the place of Sri Ram in the lives of the people of this country. Sri Ram is the identity of India. But the UPA action was premeditated and calculated," it said.
The write-up also referred to Gandhi's Catholic origin as it accused the government of regarding Ram as a fiction.
It also found "understandable" shipping minister T R Balu's rejection of demands to realign the Sethusamudram project because of his Dravida background.
"The overenthusiasm of T R Balu on the subject is understandable, for he belongs to a creed that always revelled in sympathising with the heroism of Ravana, the abductor of Mata Sita," the editorial said.
Earlier this year, the Akal Takht, Sikhism's highest temporal authority, took strong exception to an RSS statement posted on its Website that says Sikhs are part of the great Hindu Samaj.