Sources said the Muslim side openly wanted an appeal from the RSS and its affliates against the lynchings and also wanted the govt to stop hate propaganda on television daily. The Muslim side was represented by Jamaat e Islami leader Mohtashim Khan. The RSS was represented by Indresh Kumar, Krishna Gopal and Ram Lal.
Bihr DyCM Tejashwi made these remarks while addressing a gathering in Patna Gyan Bhawan on the birth anniversary of the Late Jagdev Prasad on Wednesday. During his speech, he alleged that the BJP and the RSS were "putting dog collars on the necks of some people and are asking them to indulge in hooliganism".
RSS leader Indresh Kumar condemned the statement of DMK leader TR Balu of demolishing Hindu temples and said that politicians indulge in communal discrimination and violence to gather votes. However, the party claimed that the video shared was edited and Balu spoke about demoliton for seeking the dissolution HR&CE department.
'Parakram Diwas': PM Modi and many top leaders today paid homage to Subhas Chandra Bose on his 126th birth anniversary and recalled his "unparalleled contribution to India`s history." The PM is also scheduled to virtually participate in an event to name the 21 largest unnamed islands of Andaman and Nicobar Islands after 21 Param Vir Chakra awardees on the Parakram Diwas today.
BJY enters Himachal: Braving the cold weather, hundreds of Congress workers, along with Chief Minister Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu, Deputy Chief Minister Mukesh Agnihotri, state party chief Pratibha Singh, state ministers and party MLAs, welcomed the Rahul Gandhi-led yatra at the Manser toll plaza near Indora.
BJP never imposed any ban on any media house, nor curtailed anyone's right to free speech and expression Rajnath Singh was at a conclave organised by RSS-linked weekly "Panchjanya", Singh underlined that the media is the fourth pillar of democracy and its freedom is 'very important for a strong and vibrant democracy'