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‘Sevaks can’t be arrogant’ remark not for Modi, but RSS cut up over Nadda saying BJP doesn’t need it
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‘Sevaks can’t be arrogant’ remark not for Modi, but RSS cut up over Nadda saying BJP doesn’t need it

New Delhi: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat’s critique of the toxic election rhetoric and his observation that a true “sevak” could not be “arrogant” was not directed at the BJP or the Narendra Modi government, sources in the organisation said.The organisation also distanced itself from RSS national executive member Indresh Kumar’s comment that the “arrogant” BJP had been stopped at 241 seats. The party won 240 seats this Lok Sabha election. At an event in Nagpur this week, Bhagwat told RSS leaders and trainees about the qualities a true “sevak” must possess. He said a “sevak” must take pride in his work, but remain “unattached”, and must be “devoid of arrogance”. Show Full Article An RSS functionary said the comments were not directed ...
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‘Unnecessary’ tie-up — Organiser piece brings out NCP-BJP cadre dynamics as Mahayuti licks its wounds

Mumbai: An opinion piece in the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s (RSS’s) mouthpiece Organiser, which called the Ajit Pawar-led Nationalist Congress Party’s (NCP’s) inclusion in the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) “ill-advised”, has caused a flutter in Maharashtra political circles. Leaders from the NCP have rushed to reiterate the strength of their alliance with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). NCP’s Praful Patel told reporters Thursday that the “alliance is here to stay and win the next round of elections”. State minister Chhagan Bhujbal, speaking to reporters, rejected the charge that an alliance with his party was even partially responsible for the BJP’s poor showing in Maharashtra, pointing to the BJP’s poor performance in other states. The Organiser piece, written by RSS leader Ra...
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Sanjay Raut Praises Past RSS Chiefs, Urges Top Brass To ‘Remove Arrogant BJP Leaders From Power

Shiv Sena (Uddhav Thackeray) leader Sanjay Raut slammed the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday and said that there has been a politics of arrogance prevailing in the country in the last 10 years, and the servants of the people cannot be arrogant. He further stated that the public has put an end to the politics of arrogance. While speaking to reporters, Raut praised former key leaders of the RSS and said that they have contributed to saving the democracy in the past. The Shiv Sena (UBT) leader also stated that he has faith that the RSS will remove the 'arrogant BJP' from power. This comes after RSS National Executive member Indresh Kumar, in an apparent attack on the saffron party, said the party that had become arrogant was stopped at 241 seats by Lo...
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Rejected by voters of Maharashtra, targeted by RSS: Is Ajit Pawar’s future tense? | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Maharashtra is one of the key states which helped the opposition puncture Prime Minister Modi's claims of "abki baar, 400 paar" in the just-concluded Lok Sabha elections. The BJP ended up with just 9 seats, which is less than half of 23, the number of seats it had won in the state 5 years ago. Unfortunately BJP's "engineered" allies also failed to contribute to the NDA target.While the split Sena, now the actual Shiv Sena, performed reasonably well, the split NCP, now the official NCP - stares at a tense future.NCP chief and Maharashtra deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar, who had rebelled against his uncle Sharad Pawar and walked out of the party with most of the MLAs and MPs, finds himself in the wilderness after a disastrous showing in Lok Sabha polls. Ajit Pawar's NCP contes...
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Idea that BJP knows realpolitik & RSS workers are village bumpkins smirk-worthy — RSS’s Ratan Sharda

New Delhi: Results of the Lok Sabha elections have come as a “reality check for overconfident BJP karyakartas and many leaders,” and have revealed the “false ego” of Bharatiya Janata Party leaders that they alone understand “realpolitik”, while “RSS cousins were village bumpkin”, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh leader Ratan Sharda has written in an article in RSS’s mouthpiece Organiser.Clearing the air on the widely-reported lack of coordination between RSS-BJP workers on the ground this election season, Sharda said that the BJP workers and local leaders did not reach out to their “ideological allies” in this election, in the article titled “Modi 3.0: Conversation for course correction”, which was published Monday. The onus of reaching out to the RSS to do more than asking people to cast th...
From Shishu Mandir teacher and sarpanch to Odisha’s 1st BJP CM — who is Mohan Charan Majhi
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From Shishu Mandir teacher and sarpanch to Odisha’s 1st BJP CM — who is Mohan Charan Majhi

New Delhi: From teaching in Saraswati Shishu Mandir, run by the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s education wing Vidya Bharti at the remote Raikala village in Keonjhar to being picked as the chief minister of the first BJP government in Odisha, 52-year-old Mohan Charan Majhi has come a long way.A four-term MLA from Santhal tribe, Majhi won from the Keonjhar assembly seat by a margin of 11,577 seats defeating Biju Janata Dal’s Mina Majhi. Prior to Majhi, Odisha had a tribal chief minister in Giridhar Gamang (February-December 1999). Majhi will take oath Wednesday along with his two deputies — K.V. Singh Deo and Pravati Parida — who were also selected by the Odisha BJP legislative party Tuesday. Show Full Article Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with several BJ...
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‘Oppn not adversary, polls not war,’ says RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, urges new govt to prioritise Manipur

New Delhi: Expressing concern about the prolonged unrest in Manipur following the outbreak of violence in May last year, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat stressed on the need to bring peace to the northeastern state.Addressing a group of RSS leaders and trainees in Nagpur, Bhagwat also spoke about the qualities that a true ‘sevak’ must possess. He said that a ‘sevak’ must take pride in his work, but remain “unattached”, and must be “devoid of arrogance”. The RSS chief said that the Manipur issue must be ‘prioritised’.  Show Full Article “Manipur has been waiting for peace for a year. Before this, it was peaceful for 10 years. It seemed that the old gun culture had ended. And suddenly the conflict that was created or instigated there is ...
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‘Manipur Is Burning’: RSS Chief Urges Prioritising State’s Crisis Over ‘Election Rhetoric’

 RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat on Monday expressed deep concern over the continuing violence in Manipur, urging immediate and prioritised action to restore peace in the strife-torn north-eastern state. Addressing a gathering of RSS trainees at the conclusion of the organisation's 'Karyakarta Vikas Varg- Dwitiya' programme at the Dr Hedgewar Smriti Bhavan in Reshimbagh, Bhagwat highlighted the need to move beyond election rhetoric and concentrate on pressing national issues. "Manipur has been waiting for peace for the last one year. There was peace in Manipur 10 years ago, it felt like gun culture had finished there. But the state has suddenly seen violence," Bhagwat stated, as quoted by news agency PTI. "The situation in Manipur will have to be considered with...