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2004 - Indian Social Institute

2004 - Indian Social Institute

2004 - Indian Social

HINDUTVA - 2004 Compiled By K. Samu, Human Rights Documentation, Indian Social Institute, Lodi Road, New Delhi Sangh wants all in Parivar fold (26) NEW DELHI, JANUARY 8: WHILE getting set to market peace in the Lok Sabha polls, the Sangh Parivar is tak ing care to send a clear message across to its hardcore Hindu constituency that Prime Minister A.B. Vajpayee has remained steadfast on the issue of cross-border terrorism. This balance manifests the Parivar effort to hold on to its traditional vote as it tries diluting the Muslim hostility to BJP candi dates and checking their consolida tion in the rival camp. BJP president M. Venkaiah Naidu met Foreign Minister Yashwant Sinha on Wednesday morning and then came out with a measured response. He said: "The BJP is of the firm view that talks with Pakistan will be meaningful only if cross-border terrorism comes to an end. We are happy to take note of the fact that India has maintained its consistent position — during their meeting with Pakistani leadership — that sustained dialogue with Pakistan would be possi ble only after cross-border terrorism is . brought to an end. We are happy to know that Pakistan has given this assur ance and is ready to move forward on the road to peace with India." The RSS, that always advocates a hardline over Pakistan, articulated simi lar views. Sangh spokesman Ram Mad-hav told The Indian Express: "We are sat isfied with the outcome of the SAARC summit. We have been able to buttress our viewpoint on violence and terrorism effectively. Consequently, it has become a part of the joint statement. We have covered a lot of ground between Agra and Islamabad. However, we feel that we should tread with cautious optimism, rather than euphoric enthusiasm." (Indian Express 9.1.040) RSS assigns poll job to cadre (26) Raipur, Jan. 11: EARLY Lok Sabha polls in sight, the RSS has asked Sangh cadres to fan out to tribal areas of Chhattisgarh, especially the Naxal-hit, and work actively for the elections. At the end of a three-day long camp, the RSS today gave its approval to an ambitious "action plan" for the parliamen tary elections. RSS chief KS. Sudershan, after discussing the plan with top state leaders, asked the cadres to expand their network and try to reach out to poor Adivasis, Dalits and other sections, who are ideolog ically close to Hinduism. "A new plan of action has been drawn up for the parlia mentary elections and it is al most similar to the one that had paid the BJP dividends in the Assembly polls. All Sangh organs will work together to accomplish the new task," a key RSS functionary told The Indian Express this evening. The VHP has nearly 700 eakle vidyalayas — single-teacher schools — and 114 Ram Katha Vachaks and numerous prachaaraksa working in the tribal areas. "In the next two months, the cadres will be as signed one task—to campaign for the BJP," said a Sangh worker from Bastar. It is learnt that the BJP has provided over 300 bicycles to youths who have been asked to go to the interiors and campaign for the party. (Indian Express 12.1.04) Sudershan directs Sangh members to ensure BJP victory (26) Raipur: For the first time RSS chief K S Sudershan has directed the Sangh members to ensure victo ry for the BJP by support ing the party candidates whole-heartedly in Lok Sabha elections. He literally set the agenda for the working committee by outlining the Sangh's stand on conversions, reser vations, naxalites and rela tions between the India and Pakistan. Addressing the conclud ing session of the three-day RSS camp at Rohinipuram near Raipur, he said: "En sure absolute majority for the BJP in the Lok Sabha 'elections. Extend them full support." The camp was at tended by the senior RSS leaders. Addressing a two-hour session with the senior RSS workers, Sudershan said PM Vajpayee must be congratu lated for successfully lead ing the 25-party coalition ggovernment for five years. "He has kept 25 frogs togeth er. It is a miracle." He added: "If the BJP gets an absolute majority in the Lok Sabha on its own, issues like the uniform civil code would be resolved." "The party was committed on the issue of ban on cow slaugh ter, but the idea was opposed by the TDP because it is wor ried about the Muslim vote-bank. But, now these consid erations should be given a go. Those who are turning down Hindutva should be re jected," he said. (Times of India 12.1.0040)

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