Unite to consolidate ‘Hindu Sangh’: RSS to Uma, BJP

via PTI published on November 5, 2006

NEW DELHI: Unhappy over a showdown between the BJP and its former leader Uma Bharati in Vidisha and Bada Malehra bypolls in Madhya Pradesh, the RSS believes both should reunite to consolidate the ‘Hindu Sangh’.

In its editorial, RSS mouthpiece Panchjanya insisted that votes secured by both of them in the elections were in fact ‘saffron votes’.

The Sangh organ, which welcomed the BJP’s victory in the by-elections, however, maintained that a ‘saffron versus saffron’ scene there was painful.

“Who can derive comfort from the saffron versus saffron scene? For whom was this violence, expletives, and cutting into each others’ votes? Are Hindus living in this country to see this saffron versus saffron (fight)?” the editorial asked.

It should be an occasion to celebrate when the “military unity of the Hindu Sangh” becomes ‘one’ against ‘Gazni (an apparent reference to the Congress)’, the editorial said. “Until when will the Hindu society keep fighting internal feud and splits?” it added.

The editorial, however, praised Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan for his leadership skills

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