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PTI | New Delhi | Sep 4, 2015:: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday attended a meeting between Sangh Parivar outfits and the government on the third and final day of the first of its kind deliberations where a broad range of issues have figured.
Several top ministers of Modi government have participated in the deliberations on key issues including internal security, naxal problem and situation in Jammu & Kashmir.
Rajnath Singh, Arun Jaitley, Sushma Swaraj, Manohar Parrikar, Venkaiah Naidu and Anant Kumar were among senior Union ministers who attended the deliberations where they spoke about the measures taken by them in relation to the issues raised by the RSS and its affiliates.
TNN | New Delhi | Sep 4, 2015:: The RSS said on Friday that the direction and dedication of the Modi government is good and it has renewed the world’s confidence in India.
The RSS also clarified that the three-day meet was not meant to review the Modi government’s performance.
“A broad range of internal security and development issues were at the centre of the ongoing day deliberations between the Sangh Parivar and the government,” RSS leader Dattatreya Hosabale told reporters on Friday.
Dattatreya Hosabale also hit back at Congress. “We are not an illegal organization and have every right to question ministers. There is no question of secrecy,” Dattatreya Hosabale said.
He also said that RSS workers had shared their ideas on what should be the economic model so that rural life can be made better.
“14 months have passed, a lot more to do, the government is moving in the right direction; govt is committed, achievements are good,” the RSS leader said.
Refering to the stalemate on OROP, the RSS leader said, “we are confident the govt will solve this matter expeditiously”.
Dattatreya said the importance of education was also discussed. “Education must be geographically accessible, financially affordable and socially inclusive,” he said.
News Bharati | New Delhi | Sept 4, 2015:: Sah Sarkaryavah of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Dattatrey Hosabale today addressed the media on RSS Samanvay Baithak and also replied queries by media. In his address, he said that RSS is sanguine about NDA’s direction of governance when a reporter asked him about their involvement in government proceedings.
Dattatreya also apprised about the three-day “coordination” meeting that addressed the issues pertaining to the economy and its governance model. He said that security concerns were a part of discussion along with conserving environment. He also said discussion on making education geographically accessible and economically affordable was also conducted.
RSS also reiterated their policy of having cordial relations with neighbor is still a priority. “We are not reviewing nor are we giving any message to the government. We are only sharing inputs,” he said.
The Sangh Parivar’s fountainhead said it was not reviewing the government’s performance but was only giving “inputs” to ministers, who are swayamsevaks, and it has a right to do so. Whatever has been done so far, the direction is right, dedication, commitment and achievements are good.
“Only 14 months have passed. There is more time and a lot more is to be done. Whatever has been done so far, the direction is right, dedication, commitment and achievements are good. We have to move forward. There cannot be 100 per cent satisfaction for everyone,” RSS joint general secretary Dattatreya Hosabale told a press conference.
Replying to questions about criticism that RSS was giving directions to the government and ministers were violating the oath of secrecy by reporting to the RSS, he said, “We are not an illegal organisation. We are also citizens of the country. We have every right to ask ministers, who are also swayamsevaks. Where is the question of secrecy. Swayamsevaks have become ministers.”
Asked about Congress criticism that RSS was acting like a remote control, he shot back saying “what Congress says we need not reply. They were run on remote control. So they have no moral right to talk about us.” Justifying the interaction with the government representatives, he said, the media does not make any issue when ministers go to CII or FICCI or other events.
To a question, Hosabale said the RSS would wait for construction of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya as per government’s time-table as the issue was pending before the Supreme Court.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended the meeting on the third and final day of the first of its kind deliberations where a broad range of issues have figured. Several top ministers of Modi government have participated in the deliberations on key issues including internal security, naxal problem and situation in Jammu and Kashmir.
Rajnath Singh, Arun Jaitley, Sushma Swaraj, Manohar Parrikar, Venkaiah Naidu and Anant Kumar were among senior Union Ministers who attended the deliberations where they spoke about the measures taken by them in relation to the issues raised by the RSS and its affiliates.
Courtesy: TOI | Desh Gujarat | News Bharati | New Indian Express.