India News | BSP slams the head of the RSS on a remark on the “population imbalance”


New Delhi [India], Oct. 15 (ANI): Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) national spokesperson Sudhindra Bhadoria on Friday criticized Mohan Bhagwat leader Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), saying he did not want to pay attention to the real issues like hunger, unemployment and poverty.

Reacting to the RSS chief’s statement on “Population Imbalance,” Bhadoria said, “Mohan Bhagwat Ji does not want to pay attention to the real issues. The country’s real problems are hunger, unemployment, poverty and malnutrition, health and education. He ignores them and focuses on other things. “

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“This India is becoming an unequal India. The BJP government should pay attention to it and the Sangh should pay attention to it as well,” he added.

Bhagwat, expressing concern over the “demographic imbalance” in the country during his annual address to Vijaya Dashami on Friday, said the country’s population policy should be reconsidered.

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“News of the persecution of indigenous Hindus, increasing criminalization and increasing pressure on them to escape from their areas where unbalanced population growth has surfaced. the appeasement of barbaric elements by the government and the imbalance of the population. Therefore, a policy that applies to all groups equally is imperative, ”Bhagwat said.

The RSS chief’s Vijaya Dashami speech is considered the most important event for the organization as it is during this speech that the future plans and vision are presented to everyone. It is from this stage that the position of the RSS on many issues of national importance is known. (ANI)

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