ISI menace spreading: RSS
RSS CHIEF Sudarshan has said that Pakistani intelligence agency ISI was spreading its tentacles in the country, making the borders along West Bengal, Rajasthan and Nepal unsafe and accused the politicians of "double-speak" on the issue of national security.
Addressing a valedictory function of annual training camp of swayayamsewaks at Smruti Mandir here on Saturday, Sudarshan alleged that "privately they admit that borders are not safe due to infiltration from Pakistan and Bangladesh but have never accepted the fact publicly".
Lashing out at politicians for "exploiting the caste- based politics" and indulging in "vote bank politics", he said there was an urgent need for inculcating a sense of belonging and patriotism among the people of the country as communal tndencies were disintegating the nation.
"The election are fought on caste system", he said adding that "even the rigid communists are depending on caste based electoral politics".
The camp, divided in two age groups of 20-45 years and 45-65 years, was attended by 1173 swayayamsewaks from all over the country.