RSS for tough action against separatists

Stating that separatists were fomenting trouble in Kashmir, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has asked Central and Jammu and Kashmir government to act tough against them (separatists).

RSS for tough action against separatists“We have asked Central and J&K governments to take strict steps against separatists for their anti-national activities,” RSS ideologue and spokesman, Rakesh Sinha told.

He said separatist were following “the agenda of ISI and Pakistan.”

“It is only in liberal India where separatists have been tolerated till now despite their anti-national activities. It is because of their inciting that Islamic State and Pakistan flags are being waved in Kashmir. Pakistani slogans are being shouted,” he said, adding, “Now, we will not tolerate it any further.”

Sinha said, “It is better for separatists to join mainstream and hold talks with Government of India. They should help India in liberating other part of Kashmir that is under Pakistan’s possession. If they won’t join, separatists should be thrown out of country,” he said.

The RSS ideologue said that militants should shun the path of gun and hold talks with Government of India under the ambit of Indian constitution.

“There is no problem in holding talks with such people if they shun the gun,” he said, adding that Government of India did a peace pact with Naga people and they (Nagas) accepted that their land is Indian territory.

He said issues can be resolved only through talks. “There is solution to every issue through dialogue. Separatists should join mainstream and initiate dialogue to resolve the issues,” he said.

Sinha alleged that separates were being funded by Pakistan to create trouble in Kashmir. “They need to be taught a lesson and nothing further can be tolerated,” he said.

He declined to comment on issues regarding Kashmir discussed during RSS meet held recently in New Delhi.

“I don’t know, but we do call such meetings twice a year,” he said, adding that RSS will compel the Central and state governments not to allow anybody “carry out Pakistan-sponsored activities in Kashmir.”

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