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I pity on him – Sri Nandakumar Ji on Kerala Chief Minister’s remarks on RSS


RSS Akhil Bharatiya Sah Prachar Pramukh J. Nandakumar Ji briefed on the press note of ABPS (Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha) to be conducted in Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, from 19th to 21st of March 2017.  The Press briefing was held at Coimbatore Press Club on 6th March, 2017.

During this session, in a reply to a question on Kerala chief minister’s remarks on RSS,  Nandakumar Ji said  “I pity on him. I sympathize with him. An organization which was started in 1920s now cornered and almost decimated in the whole India. Now remaining only in Kerala type state and comparing himself and trying to compare with the vast and majestic organization like Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh which has got its work in every nook and corner of Bharat. Where is Communist Party of his now? Only in Kerala and jilla type state Tirupura. Where is it? And still trying to compare with RSS. I pity on him”.

To the question on Petrol bombs being hurled on RSS Offices in Kerala, he said, “That is the attitude and work method of Marxists party. It is totally based upon violence and they are always believing upon class struggle, struggling with others, killing others, annihilating others through the blood of enemies trying to take control of the state and make Government. But all over world, right from Russia to China, Yugoslvia, Romania wherever you see that ideology has been demolished, destructed and done away with the state of people there. That is what is happening with the Marxist party here also. But they want to control and want to maintain the state because only one state is remaining with them. So they are attacking Sangh because Sangh is growing at the cost of theirs. So many people are leaving Marxist Party and joining Sangh. That makes them worry about them. Right from the beginning of Sangh in Kerala they have started these type of activities and still continuing and trying to stop Sangh work there. But miserably failing in that count you know the largest number of shakhas are there in Kerala state now”.


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