Former Director General of Punjab Police Shri KPS Gill said right action and not the slogans would enable the country to uproot terrorism. He was addressing a gathering of Hindu Manch workers in Delhi on May 29. He said political system, modern weapons and right information are the factors which can help to hit the terrorism in an impressive way but it would be eradicated only with the help of right action.
Explaining the anxiety under the present circumstances, national co-convenor of Hindu Manch Shri Ashok Prabhakar emphasised on the constructive role of the workers. He said efficient system of the organisation and committed workers could stand a guarantee of the safety and security of the society. Delhi Prant Sanghachalak Shri Ramesh Prakash said the Hindu Manch had to work hard in the present situation, as only the united strength of Hindus would bring a change in the society. Shri Bhupendra Singh of Adhivakta Parishad educated the workers on legal affairs. Shri Jai Bhagwan, Delhi Prant chief of the Manch, presided over the function. The three-day conference concluded on May 31.
RSS National Executive Member Shri Indresh Kumar defined the work of the organisation in one line—dangers for the Hindus are challenges to us and we are challenges to those dangers. Speaking at the concluding ceremony Delhi Prant Pracharak Shri Prem Kumar said there was a time when ‘Hindu’ was considered a symbol of cowardice but it is not today. We are not violent and aggressive but assertive. He asked the workers whether their attachment to the organisation was emotional or well thought plan.