RSS meet condemns atrocities on Hindus in Pak-Bangla Desh
Jaipur, Mar 14: Reported atrocities on minority Hindus in Bangladesh and Pakistan demolition/damage to temples figured prominently in preliminary deliberations at the ongoing RSS All India pratinidhi sabha at Jamdoli here and a resolution over the issue is expected to be adopted at the meet.
'Hindus are in a miserable state in the neighouring Bangladesh as at least 80 of their temples and around 800 people have so far been targeted by rioters', Sangh Media Chief Dr Manmohan Vaidhya told reporters here this afternoon.
Likewise, atrocities on Hindus are also at a rise in another neighbouring country Pakistan and that is leading to migration of the victimised minority people to live hapless life of a refugee', Mr Vaidya said.
Preliminary discussions had already been held over the issue and a formal resolution was being worked out for adoption, he said, adding that other contentious issues expected to be taken up are Ram Sethu, rising pollution in the Ganga and Yamuna and large scale conversion of poor/illiterate people in some parts of the country.
The meeting was attended by top RSS and BJP leaders and about 1,400 functionaries delegates from 35 Sangh Parivar frontal organisations/chapters are participating.
Top leaders like RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat, BJP president Rajnath Singh have already reached here to attend deliberations and several others including former Deputy Prime Minister LK Advani and others are due to come later, he said. The meet will formally be inaugurated tomorrow morning and the conclave will conclude on March 17.