Bangladeshi Infiltrators’ Names should be removed from Voter List: RSS
Press Release: Talking tough against non-Indian people, who are getting all kinds of benefits in India, RSS appealed to the government to identify the Bangladeshi citizens and make arrangement to send them back to their country.
Addressing a press conference at Hotel Keshari in the state capital Bhubaneswar on Tuesday, Samir Kumar Mohanty, Saha Bibhag Sanghchalak said, “All Bangladeshi infiltrators are to be identified and sent back to their native places. Their names are to be deleted from voter list, Adhar cards should not be issued to them; and employment should be denied to them.
Informing the media, Mohanty told that, The Akhila Bharatiya Karyakari Mandal meeting of RSS held in Chennai culminated on Nov 5 and it was reported that the working of RSS is prevalent in 24,308 mandals. It is prominently working in 16,603 bastions of urban areas of our country.
He said that two resolutions were passed at the meeting on the Assam Violence and Bangaladeshi Infiltration and another was on National Security Policies vis-à-vis China.
In the month of July, 2012 the violence in Kokrajhar, Chirang and Dhubri districts of Assam were not only manouvred by Bangladeshi Muslim infiltrators, but also had created terror among the people of North-Eastern states staying in different parts of the country forcing them to flee to their native places. As this issue is between local natives and foreign Muslim infiltrators, any attempt of giving communal colour to this issue should be widely condemned. Some anti-national forces have staged violent demonstrations and attacked the police and common people in one hand and have insulted our national monuments in the other. They should be identified and punished. While the efforts of those people who have supported and encouraged the people of North- Eastern states at the time of their distress is highly commendable, the divisive forces and anti national elements must be severely punished.
Bangladeshi Infiltrators have now made India as their Home. They are engaged in the circulation of fake currency, illegal trade of arms, drugs-trafficking and cattle smuggling. So the Karyakari Mandal demands that Foreign Act-1946 and amendment of IMDT Act-1983 be implemented. Fencing work in the Bangladesh border must be accelerated on war foot. The National Citizen Register should be updated for the bonafied citizens of the country.
Sri Mohanty further stated on the eve of the completion of 50 years of Indo-China war, the Karyakari Mandal pays heartfelt homage to the brave soldiers of our country who have laid down their lives for the sake of our motherland. In this war India has lost an area of 38000 sq. kms. to China. Instead of attempting to regain these areas from China, continuous and repeated talks from our political arena for maintance of LAC amount to condemnation. It should be remembered that our faulty diplomatic and military policy, as well as immature politics is responsible for our defeat in 1962 war.
In this connection the Karyakari Mandal demands to publicize Henderson Cook and P.S. Bhagat reports so that the people as well as the government will be aware of above faulty policies for future course of action. That China has not stopped aggression is clear from the repetitive attempts of transgressing into the Bharat-Tibet border. Keeping it in mind the Karyakari Mandal demands that proper border management with China is to be ensured and a Special Armed Force such as Mountain Strike Corps should be formed to face the Chinese aggression.
China has been brazenly dominating in the sectors of energy, IT, Industry, and commerce in our country and is also creating cyber terror. Steps need to be taken to maintain cyber security and also to curb the above Chinese dominance undermining Bharat’s capabilities.
Sri Raghunath Patti, President of Viswa sambad Kendra,Odisha and Sri Ashok Kumar Sahoo, the Secretary of VSK were also present at the press meet today.