Jaipur: RSS has demanded from the Centre to curb infiltration in Assam, Bihar and West Bengal, claiming that it had caused "imbalance" and "trouble" in the border states.
RSS Sanghchalak from Rajasthan Ramesh Agrawal said that infiltration in the eastern states of Assam, Bihar and West Bengal has caused trouble in the region, and have urged the Central government to take action to curb the menace.
He said that a proposal was passed at a RSS meeting in Ranchi recently.
"Those who infiltrate into India create imbalance of resources and our citizens have to face difficulty. This is a serious issue and efforts are needed to check this," he told reporters here.
Agrawal said that volunteers will undertake a plantation drive next monsoon in the state and will plant crores of saplings to make Rajasthan a green state.