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RSS struggling to save BJP, a sinking ship: P V Mohan


Team Udayavani, Sep 29, 2018, 5:14 PM IST

Mangaluru: “The RSS is struggling to bring ashore the BJP which is a sinking ship. The RSS which fails to  talk about pressing issues like Cauvery and Mahadayi was only trying to rake communal sentiments and help BJP,” said  KPCC General Secretary P V Mohan, addressing press persons at the District Congress Office on Saturday September 29th.

Mt Mohan said that RSS Chief’s remark that there is no Hindutva without Muslims was a bogus statement. The RSS was eyeing Muslim votes and has issued such a statement in order to garner more votes for Prime Minister Narendra Modi.”There can be peace and harmony in the nation only if the RSS is banned,” he observed.

The Modi government is more dangerous than the erstwhile British rule.  It has implemented GST, note ban which were not discussed prior to polls. At the same time, it has failed to fulfill its poll promises on black money and employment opportunities, he alleged.

Congress will be holding a Lok Sampark Abhiyan across the nation from October 2nd to November 19th, informed Mr Mohan.

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