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The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has appealed to the Muslim community to openly protest against the murder of Kanhaiyalal in Udaipur, Rajasthan.
On the completion of the Akhil Bharatiya Prant Pracharak meeting of the RSS in the Shakti Mandir complex of Khemi in Jhunjhunu, on Saturday, Akhil Bharatiya Prachar Pramukh Sunil Ambekar said that along with the freedom of expression, public sentiment should also be taken care of. He said, “The dastardly murder in Udaipur is highly condemnable. The amount of condemnation is less. We have democracy in our country. Constitutional democratic right. If someone doesn’t like something then it is democratic to react on it. method should be adopted.”
Muslim society should come forward and protest: Ambedkar
Ambekar said that civilized society condemns such an incident. Hindu society is giving its response to this matter in a peaceful, constitutional way. The Muslim society is also expected to openly oppose such an incident. Some intellectuals have opposed it, but Muslim society should also come forward and oppose it vigorously. He said that such incidents are neither in the interest of the society nor in the interest of the country. It is very important for everyone to oppose it together.
RSS to increase branches to one lakh by 2024
Ambekar said the centenary celebration plan with a target to increase the number of RSS shakhas to one lakh by 2024 was discussed in the three-day Akhil Bharatiya Prant Pracharak meeting of the RSS held in Jhunjhunu from July 7 to 9.
He informed that the Sangh has decided that the number of Shakhas across the country will be increased to one lakh by 2024, ahead of the centenary year celebrations of the Sangh in 2025. He said that at present the number of branches is 56,824. “The Sangh aims to take its work to all sections of the society,” the sources said. ,
Sunil Ambekar, National Organizing Secretary of RSS’s student wing ABVP, said, “In 2025, the RSS will celebrate its 100th anniversary. A comprehensive expansion plan has been made for the centenary year celebrations of the Sangh. One lakh shakhas will be set up across the country by 2024 so that the work of the Sangh can reach all sections of the society.