New Delhi, Dec 12: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) said on Thursday if it came to power, it will not allow any activity in the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) shakhas in Delhi which is anti-national or promotes hatred towards a community.
"As per today, according to the law, the RSS is allowed to hold shakas. But if it conducts any activity which is anti-national in nature, or anything that promotes enmity towards a particular religion, which will lead to instigation of violence... then we will take action," party's Delhi convenor Ashutosh told a news conference here.
Condemning the statement of BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj for describing Mahatma Gandhi's assaisn as a "patriot", he said this reflected the mentality of the BJP and the RSS.
"Their (the BJP and RSS) mentality has killed Gandhiji. Even, Sardar Patel had told the then RSS chief M S Golwalkar that it was their ideology that killed the father of the nation.
"Narendra Modi keeps on talking about Mahatma Gandhi and had launched Swachch Bharat Abhiyaan on October 2. If he respects Gandhiji so much, then stern action should be taken against Sakshi Maharaj," Ashutosh said.
The party also demanded action against those involved in reconversions in Agra.