Hyderabad: Accusing the communists in Kerala of indulging in "politically motivated murders", the Akhil Bharatiya Karyakari Mandal meet of RSS which commenced here today, will pass a resolution in this regard.
Addressing the media on the sidelines of the three-day annual meet, RSS All India Joint General Secretary Bhagaiah said the meet will also "discuss attacks on Hindus in West Bengal during Durga Puja by Jehadi elements besides killing of members of other Hindu organisations in Tamil Nadu."
"The ABKM meetings review the progress of Sangh work related to various dimensions of society. ABKM will discuss on issues related to 'dharmic', cultural awareness, building family values, integrated village development and other social issues," he said.
In addition to the review of the organisational growth, ABKM will discuss key issues concerning the Hindu society and nation, he said.
Bhagaiah alleged that the "intolerant Communists, especially the CPM cadre in Kerala, under the leadership of Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan have been indulging in politically motivated murders of Hindus, particularly RSS and BJP workers and damaging their properties."
The second resolution will be passed on ?Ekatma Maanava Darashan? (Integral Humanism), he said.
The present year is the birth centenary of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya, who propounded the philosophy of ?Ekatma Manava Darashan? based on Bharatiya philosophical foundations.
"We would be marking the 51st year of this philosophy. Ekatma Manava Darshan gives a global view of sustainable development, sustainable consumption and humane treatment of nature," Bhagaiah said.
The senior RSS leader alleged that "some members of minority community have been involved in molestation and killing of Hindu girls, and many of those victims belong to SC/ST community in West Bengal. This is with the blessings of the Trinamool Congress government there."
He said the Calcutta High Court had recently slammed the West Bengal government for imposing curbs on immersion of Durga idols by stating, "do not pamper and appease minority community at the cost of majority section."
Sangh believes that discrimination on the basis of caste (jaati) is anti-human, unconstitutional and does not have sanction of the Hindu 'Shastras', he said.