Vadodara (Guj): A three-day meet of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh which concluded here on Sunday expressed concern over Bangladeshi infiltrators in the country.
Talking to reporters at Kayavarohan near here at the end of the meet today, president of RSS Pracharak Sangh, Mohan Vaidya said infiltrators from Bangladesh should be detected and pushed back.
He said the meeting also discussed about recent violence in Mumbai and the incidents in Assam.
Vaidya refused to comment on the issue of projecting Sushma Swaraj or Narendra Modi for the Prime Ministerial post, saying it is for the BJP to decide.
He also refused to comment on RSS playing mediator`s role to iron out differences between former Chief Minister Keshubhai Patel and Narendra Modi, both of whom were RSS pracharaks.
The meet was attended by 65 top functionaries from 41 divisions across the country including RSS chief Mohan Bhagvat, he said.