Partisan attack on Hindus at NIC: RSS to PM

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{image-RSS chief K.S. Sudarshan_18102008.jpg www.oneindia.com}New Delhi, Oct 18: Accusing Prime Minister Manmohan Singh of launching a 'partisan attack' on the Hindu communalism at the recently-concluded meeting of the National Integration Council, the RSS said he was overlooking the roots of terror attacks -- illegal evangelism and foreign funds and infiltration from Bangladesh.

An editorial comment in Organiser, the RSS mouthpiece, said Dr Singh used the NIC for Hindu bashing and sent a message to 'divisive elements' across the country that they have a saviour in UPA. It was a venue for 'ultra communal elements' from Muslim and Christian outfits to launch an orchestrated campaign against the Hindus. It appeared that the only problem confronting the country was Hindu majority and the purpose was to warn the Hindus and reassure the minorities, the paper observed.

The Prime Minister had reluctantly added 'extremism' as an appendix for discussion after the repeated demand from the BJP Chief Ministers to include terrorism in the NIC agenda.

When one speaks of terror, it means threat to national security from foreign funded 'jehadi groups', Maoists and North-East extremists waging war against the state. For a country which has lost over 8000 innocent citizens, including infants in the serial attacks under the UPA regime, the identity of the perpetrators of crime was never in doubt and the nation was a witness to pusillanimous inaction and diabolic duplicity of UPA, the Organiser observed.

'With only few months left for national election, the UPA treated NIC as a launching pad for its poll campaign. It tried to assure evangelists' freedom to proselytise at will and jehadis a free run over national landscape. That is the message the UPA tried to emphasise further by making such biased one-sided communal propoganda from the NIC,' the RSS mouthpiece remarked.

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