This is despite the fact that the police have already claimed that the alleged "Love Jihad victim" had changed her statement, which she had given before a magistrate in August.
Members of the RSS are not ready to let go of the love jihad issue despite the Meerut victim changing her statement. She had earlier said in the court that she was "raped" and "forced" to convert to Islam.
The politicians have sought to twist the case for their own vested interests.
The RSS has said that the administration should take a serious view of the incidents of "love jihad" as it hurts the dignity of women.
Describing the "love jihad" incidents as "shameful", RSS sarkaryavaha Suresh Joshi told journalists on Monday that since the last 10 to 15 years, the "Hindu samaj" has been facing "love jihad".
"Without taking a communal view, there is no doubt that it hurts women's dignity and injustice is meted out to them," Joshi said.
Talking about the recent turn around by the victim at the centre of the love jihad controversy in Meerut, he said it was an issue of concern for the "samaj", adding that the RSS is part of the "samaj" (society).
When asked about RSS's definition of ‘Hindu', Joshi said that any person who calls himself ‘Hindu' is a ‘Hindu' for RSS.