RSS National Meet in Coimbatore Slams Bengal, Kerala Govts
File photo of RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat (Courtesy: Getty)
New Delhi: The three-day annual general body meeting of the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) will conclude at Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu on Tuesday evening. The Akhil Bhartiya Pratinidhi Sabha or ABPS has apart from discussing the current social political situation in the country has also passed a resolution coming down heavily on the Trinamool Congress Government in West Bengal and CPM-led Left Front Government in Kerala.
The three-day meeting was chaired by RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat along with his deputy Bhaiyaji Suresh Joshi. The resolution passed at the meet accused the TMC government of discriminating against Hindus in Bengal. The RSS has called the situation alarming, accusing the state government of appeasing fundamentalist forces in Bengal.
The resolution also slammed the CPM-led Left government in Kerala over attacks on RSS and BJP workers.
The Pratinidhi Sabha is the highest decision making body of the RSS. It meets once every year after Holi. All important decisions of the Sangh are taken in the three-day meeting including transfers, postings and appointments of key organisation functionaries.
All RSS affiliates in using BJP send their representatives for the ABPS.
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