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All Muslims, Christians will one day associate with RSS: Minister of Karnataka

The statement by KS Eshwarappa provoked sharp reaction from some congressmen.


Karnataka Minister and senior BJP leader KS Eshwarappa claimed on Thursday that all Muslims and Christians in the country will one day associate themselves with the RSS in the future.

The Minister of Rural Development’s statement came during a discussion in the Legislative Assembly, when the Speaker, Vishweshwar Hegde Kageri, used the term “Our RSS” and that a day would come when opposition lawmakers would also say the same thing, against which Congress legislators expressed reservations.

It all started when the leader of the opposition and former prime minister Siddaramaiah made a reference to the saffron organization while talking about his personal comparisons with some BJP leaders and ministers.

“Personal relationships are important, then come party differences – BJP, RSS, Congress and others,” the congress leader said.

At this, the Speaker asked in a lighter note to Siddaramaiah, “why do you feel worried about our RSS?”

While Siddaramaiah explained that he did not speak by attaching any feelings, Congressman Zameer Ahmed Khan asked, “You (Speaker) say – ‘Our RSS’ – are you sitting on that chair?”

To this Kageri responded by saying, “what else, if not our RSS? Yes … this is our RSS. RSS is ours …. Zameer, I tell you one thing, if not today one day in the future, in our country, even you will have to say- Our RSS- definitely. “

On this, some Congress legislators, including Mr. Khan, said that day would never come and they would never say it.

Siddaramiah said he is also opposed to RSS as ‘Manuwad’ will be established in this country because of them.

Meanwhile, Revenue Minister R Ashoka said RSS had become “Sarva Vyapi and Sarva Sparshi” (ubiquitous and ubiquitous).

“Our country’s president, vice president, prime minister, prime minister are all from RSS, everyone has to accept it now … it’s our luck,” he pointed out, amid some congressional lawmakers calling it the country’s ‘accident’. .

Minister Eshwarappa said: “All Muslims and Christians in the country will, if not today, one day in the future, become RSS (associated with) RSS. There is no doubt about it.”

This statement by the Minister provoked sharp reaction from some Congressmen.

Congressman Priyank Kharge objected to the Speaker’s statement associating him with RSS, pointing out that during a constitutional debate last year he spoke from the chairman on constitutional values, saying: “you then claimed you are for constitution, now you are saying that you are in favor of RSS. “

As he claimed that RSS had burned the constitution at the Ramlila Maidan during protests in the past because they wanted ‘Manusmriti’, the Speaker and BJP members strongly objected to it and asked him not to do “unwanted wrong things” do not speak.

“It’s not right …… if you want to do politics, do it outside,” the Speaker told Mr Kharge.

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