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Congress, BSP, SP and RJD should know there is no middle way

Though Congress, Samajwadi Party, Bahujan Samaj Party and Rashtriya Janata Dal regard Sangh and its ideology as a serious threat to the country and society, these parties do not have an ideology to counter the Sangh. Kanwal Bharti explains

Myths and folklore have it that when a Shudra undertakes penance or when an Asura roars, the throne of the Brahmin kingdom of Indra begins to shake. I won’t say that Rahul is a Shudra or an Asura, but his roar against the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) in London has shaken the leaders, if not the throne, of the Sangh. As a result, Rahul has come under attack from all quarters. He is being masqueraded as naïve, a simpleton, some who tarnished country’s image, traitor and more. No doubt Rahul Gandhi has exposed the Sangh in other countries where Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been painting a false picture of India. Honestly, one has to appreciate Rahul Gandhi’s courage, for no one else has been able to do what he just did. Unhesitatingly, he said that the Sangh akin to the banned Muslim Brotherhood and aims at terrorizing the non-Hindus, and that it is working towards throttling democracy by capturing all the constitutional bodies of the country.

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About The Author

Kanwal bharti

Kanwal Bharti (born February 1953) is a progressive Ambedkarite thinker and one of the most talked-about and active contemporary writers. Dalit Sahitya Kee Avdharna and Swami Achootanand Harihar Sanchayita are his key books. He was conferred with Dr Ambedkar Rashtriya Award in 1996 and Bhimratna Puraskar in 2001

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