Hold more intercaste meetings, RSS told

via Newstoday published on July 10, 2006

Chennai : Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) is a revolutionary organisation which has a capacity to transform society by ending casteism and wipe out the tears from poor millions in the country, said V Sundaram, a former civil servant.


He was speaking at the Guru Pooja function organised by the RSS at its office yesterday. This welfare-oriented social outfit was the only bulwark against nationally subverting forces of global Islam, Christianity, Communism, Macaulayism and American consumerism, he noted.


‘If we have to save Hindu society from physical aggression, then we have to take up the ideological battle immediately on behalf of Hindu society, culture and Sanatana Dharma without any reservation,’ Sundaram explained.


He urged the followers of Hindu faith to give up the bad and suicidal habit of finding ‘in our own traditions and scriptures whatever the alien ideologies claim for themselves.’ As part of observing the centenary year of Guruji Golwalkar, the successor to RSS founder Hedgewar, the Tamilnadu unit of the social outfit has been organising meetings of important caste leaders in several districts to promote better social understanding and feelings of brotherhood among different sections of people.


He appealed to the RSS functionaries to hold many such meetings in the district headquarters to usher in social cohesion. RSS for its vision should invoke the best and the noblest of all that was in Bharat, he said. Citing a quote from the book of its leader H V Seshadri, he said, ‘there in this mission the imprint of history, the force of a hoary tradition, the vitality of a sublime cultural ethos and the endless sacrifices and penance of heroes and saints of a whole nation.’


Industrialist Nalli Kuppusamy Chetty and editor of RSS organ Panchajanya Tarun Vijay spoke on the occasion.

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