RSS strongly condemned Tushar Gandhi’s remarks on RSS; said ‘He spreading falsehood’


January 30th, 2013, 1:36 pm

NewDelhi/Bangalore January 30, 2013: Tushar Gandhi  is another name to the list of RSS baiters in this January. On Martyrs Day, when entire nation salutes Mahatma Gandhiji today, Tushar Gandhi, Mahatma’s grandson has tweeted claiming ‘RSS was celebrating Mahatma Gandhi’s Assassination’.

Mahatma Ganghiji, global icon of Truth and Non-Violence.

Mahatma Ganghiji, global icon of Truth and Non-Violence.

RSS strongly condemned the remarks made by Tushar Gandhi. RSS Akhil Bharatiya Prachar Pramukh Dr Manmohan Vaidya said “Tushar Gandhi’s remarks are unacceptable. We condemn it. Its a falsehood propaganda. Vandaneeya Mahatma Gandhi wrote book as ‘Satya Ka Prayog‘, but Tushar is spreading lies, he is propagating ‘Asatya Ka Prayog‘. RSS always respected Mahatma Gandhiji, his life and concepts. Tushar’s remarks on RSS, are nothing but an attempt to spread falsehood.”

On first week of February 1948, the then RSS Sarasanghachalak Madhav Sadashiv Golwakar wrote a letter expressing his condolence message, to the then Prime Minister Pandit Nehru, Home Minister Sardar Patel and Devdas Gandhi, son of Mahatma Gandhi. Golwakar expressed his deep condolences personally and on behalf of the organisation, said “Nation has lost a great organiser. His loss created a vacuum in the society. RSS mourns on this sad demise”. The detailed text is available in Sri Guruji Samagra. (Volume -10, in Chapter the During first ban on RSS)

Earlier this morning, Tushar Gandhi tweeted as “Nationwide the RSS was celebrating Bapu’s murder by distributing ‘Mithai’ even before AIR made announcement.”

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