Sangh Shiksha Varga concludes in Delhi
?Three crore Bangladeshis consume our resources worth Rs 15 crore every day? ?Indresh Kumar
?Three crore Bangladeshi infiltrators, who are illegally living in India, are consuming India'sresources worth Rs 15 crore every day. Why don'tthe developed countries that preach humanity to India allow them entry into their countries or why don'tMuslim countries provide them shelter on their respective land? In fact, they do not want to compromise with their national interests. India is the only country in the world where secularism is still alive. There are 72 sects among Muslims and 113 among Christians of the world, but they do not get due respect anywhere in the world except in India. Despite this, the Hindus are called narrow-minded,? said Shri Indresh Kumar, Akhil Bharatiya Sah-Sampark Pramukh of RSS. He was speaking at the concluding ceremony of first-year Sangh Shiksha Varga in New Delhi.
A total of 402 trainees participated in the Varga, which began on June 6 and concluded on June 26. This year a total of 76 training camps were organised by RSS in different parts of the country in which over 16,000 Swayamsevaks were imparted training.
Talking about terrorism in the country, Shri Indresh Kumar said that there were about 55 terrorist outfits in the north-eastern states and more than 100 outfits in Kashmir and Punjab alone. ?Will somebody tell us who funds these outfits? Why don'tthese outfits attack any church or mosque? We respect everybody but we will not remain in any misconception,? he said.
Coming down heavily on those who criticise the RSS, he said that the RSS was a human movement, which had over 45 lakh Swayamsevaks across the country and 55,000 shakhas. Besides this over six crore people support its ideology. He continued, ?In more than 80 per cent countries of the world, the RSS has been working in one form or the other. Over 37 national and international organisations, inspired by the RSS, are working in different fields of life.? He said that India was making remarkable progress in various fields.
Presiding over the function, Prof. Ram Singh Nirjhar, former chairman, Indian Technical Education Council, said that the RSS was the most popular name in the country and it smybolised the live culture of the country. He said that Marxists had always tried to suppress the Indian culture and were creating new problems in the country through false propaganda by alleging saffronisation of education. Besides Shri Narsinghdas Babbar, Sarvadhikari of the Varga, and Shri Satyanarayan Bansal, Delhi Prant Sanghchalak, thousands of people of Delhi were also present on the occasion.