RSS is working to build a strong nation: Karnataka Home Minister


Team Udayavani, Oct 21, 2021, 10:26 AM IST

Bengaluru: Karnataka Home Minister Araga Jnanendra on Wednesday said that RSS is in the service of building a strong nation.

This comes after former CM HD Kumaraswamy declined the invitation to visit an RSS Shakha saying he has nothing to learn from shakha.

Jnanendra said, “RSS leaders…are engaged in working selflessly for the cause of upholding the nation’s unity. Ever since the founding of the organisation, the RSS leaders and its members are engaged in working selflessly for the cause of upholding the unity, integrity and the ethos of the nation.”

He further said that both the JD( S) and the Congress leaders are competing with each other with an eye on minorities’ votes.”

HD Kumaraswamy on Tuesday had said, “I don’t want their companionship. Haven’t we seen what was taught in RSS Shakha? How to behave in the Vidhana Soudha…watching a blue film while the assembly session is on. Isn’t such a thing taught to them (BJP) at RSS Shakha? Do I have to go there (to RSS shakha) to learn this?”

He further said, “I don’t want their Shakha. Whatever I have learnt from the Shakha here, in the Shakha of the poor is enough. I have nothing to learn from theirs (RSS’ Shakha).”

(With inputs from ANI)

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