RSS to begin mass preparation to bring BJP to power

via HK published on September 4, 2007

NEW DELHI : Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh is getting ready with mass preparations to bring the BJP to power in the event of a snap poll.


 


Top leaders of the Sangh are scheduled to start a week-long meeting at Sangh headquarter Nagpur from today to discuss ways and means to come to the aid of the BJP that lost power in 2004 general elections.


 


On the top of the Sangh agenda is to bring back some of the leaders who had left the BJP over the past few years. They include former general-secretary K.N. Govindacharya and former Madhya Pradesh chief minister Uma Bharti.


 


BJP president Rajnath Singh is busy in poll preparation from the ground level in view of reports that the Congress party-Left Front stand-off over the Indo-US nuclear deal might lead to early polls.


 


Sangh believe it is the top priority of the nation to have a nationalist government. Moreover, the continues vote bank politics in the country may lead the nation to a weak position. The education curriculum must be revamped as the present curriculum is not the true one and it may only help the young generations to learn untrue history about Bharat & its culture.  


 

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