Rastriya Swayamsevak Sangh Sarsanghachalak Mohan Bhagwat claimed that there was a “serious surge in Jihadi activities” in southern regions of the country especially in Tamil Nadu and Kerala and blamed the state governments for not making effective policy interventions to curb them.
In his annual Vijaydashmi address at Reshimbagh ground here, Mr. Bhagwat said, “No effective policy imperatives, efforts are visible in curbing these Jihadi activities by the southern state governments. ”
“Security situation difficult”
In his annual Vijaydashmi speech, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat hailed India for making genuine efforts through the path of truth and non-violence and claimed that ‘Hindutva’ assimilated many languages, geography, faiths, sects, castes, sub castes, food habits, and traditions.
Mr Bhagwat however, warned about the “difficult and complex” ground situation of the country.
“Our society still remains afflicted by the decay of many of our vital social values like honesty, social harmony, entrepreneurship, idealism, cultured conduct and other similar collective qualities which are necessary for a nation to be strong. With faith and hope the society awaits the government to shape the nation as envisaged by our Constitution,” he added.
He also demanded a ban on meat exports, beef in particular and cow smuggling in immediate future.
Calling for a joint plan of the Central and State governments in putting an effective check to the Left Wing Extremism, Mr.Bhagwat asked the government and the society to put an end to the social exploitation which was “breeding” such movements.