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RSS sends tacit message to BJP: Deliver on promises which brought you to power

RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat says people had voted wisely without getting swayed by publicity of leaders or their parties.

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Nagpur: Without naming it, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagawat has delivered a message to the BJP: Act on the promises for which people voted you.

Speaking at the concluding programme of the third year of ‘Sangh Shiksha Varg’, at Smriti Mandir in Nagpur’s Reshimbagh Sunday, Bhagwat said people had voted for “them” once again since they felt some of the promises made by the party were delivered.

“But many of their promises still remain unfulfilled,” Bhagwat added.

Addressing the gathering, he said, “They won by an even larger mandate this time and have formed the government. It is matter of pride for them. But they should understand that they need to fulfill the aspirations of people and the promises which they had made. It is their responsibility. People have elected them once again so that they can fulfill those promises.”

A total of 828 trainees from across the country had participated in the 25-day training which began on 22 May.

“People have been observing the past five years closely. They decided to give the party one more opportunity to fulfill the promises,” Bhagwat added.

He also had a word of caution for the government as well as the Opposition — those who won, in their arrogance, and those who lost should not behave in an unparliamentary manner now.

Voters, not contestants

Bhagwat also explained how RSS members and other voters are not “contestants” in the political scenario.

“They will only ensure the number of votes increase for the party and our job is to make sure there is 100 per cent voting,” he added.

He said people have become “intelligent” and had voted wisely without getting swayed by publicity of leaders or their parties.


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2 COMMENTS

  1. Achhe Din. That is the promise voters all over the world place their faith in. May these be delivered to all, starting with the least privileged. Thoughts go to seven people who lost their lives recently, cleaning the septic tank of a hotel in Vadodara.

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