RSS Chief concerned over degeneration of politics

via UNI published on January 20, 2006

Raipur : Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) Sarsanghchalak K S Sudarshan has expressed serious concern over ”degeneration” of politics saying it has become difficult for anyone to escape from it.


”If wealth is lost, nothing is lost. If health is lost, something is lost. If character is lost, everything is lost”, he quoted from an English proverb while delivering a lecture on the ”Future of youth in Indian politics”, organised by Urmila Tiwari foundation trust, here last night.


Mr Sudarshan said he was not surprised over the happenings in the present day politics where every trick was practised.


”Politics has touched its lowest ebb. There is nothing unusual, if anyone swims with the tide after entering politics,” the RSS chief said.


”Those who could maintain their moral and ethical character in politics could deliver the goods and they will be honoured,” he added.


He called upon the youth to ponder over a new Indian model of democratic set up that would ensure a society-centric power to replace the present model of society-driven by power.


He said today’s vote centric politics had triggered a divisive mind-set that has led to various divisions in the society.


Mr Sudarshan also took strong exception to the reservation policies in which various political parties were advocating reservation for the minorities with an eye on their votes. This would ultimately result in second division of the country, he cautioned, adding that Kashmir and Assam would be the worst hit.

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