Two-day meeting of RSS ends, brainstorm on Ram temple and NRC

Nov 01 2019 12:23 PM
Two-day meeting of RSS ends, brainstorm on Ram temple and NRC

New Delhi: The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has advocated the implementation of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) across the country on the lines of Assam. The two-day RSS meeting in Delhi ended on Thursday. But in this meeting, there was a discussion between the Sangh and BJP leaders on the Ram temple to NRC issue. The RSS has said to accept the decisions of the Supreme Court on the Ayodhya case. At the same time, RSS will also run a nationwide mission to allow its cadre to accept the decision of Ayodhya.

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After the verdict of the apex court on the Ram temple, what steps RSS and its allies should take, RSS high officials held discussions with top BJP leaders. If sources are to be believed, after the decision on the Ram temple, the precautionary measures to maintain peace and order in the country were also discussed in this meeting. For this, the Sangh will also conduct a campaign to get its cadre to accept the decision of the Supreme Court on Ayodhya.

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The issue of NRC was also discussed in the RSS meeting. RSS has removed the desire to implement NRC across the country to identify intruders and take appropriate action. If sources are to be believed, the Sangh has made it clear in front of the BJP's top leadership that the government's job is to identify the people living in the country and remove those who are not citizens of India. He said that it is not 'against any particular class'. On the lines of Assam, a process like NRC should be implemented across the country.

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