RSS asks anti- corruption crusaders to join hands

RSS sar-karyavah Suresh Joshi said that corruption and bringing black money back from abroad were the two important issues that were discussed at the three-day meet of the right-wing organisation and allied outifits.

Updated: Aug 20, 2011, 16:30 PM IST

Ujjain: RSS sar-karyavah (general secretary)
Suresh Joshi said here on Saturday that corruption and bringing
black money back from abroad were the two important issues
that were discussed at the three-day meet of the right-wing
organisation and allied outifits.

Various organisations fighting against the corruption
should come under one umbrella, Joshi said. The meeting -- out
of bounds for the media -- ended here yesterday.
The participants at the meet thanked the youth of the
country for coming out in large numbers to support the fight
against corruption, he said.

When asked if the issue of price rise was discussed, he
replied in negative.
To a question about allegations of corruption against
BJP ministers in some states, he said "the law would take care
of them".

The communal violence prevention bill, proposed by the
National Advisory Council, would harm the nation`s integrity,
Joshi said, and demanded that government should to scrap it.

Top RSS and BJP leaders participated in the three-day
meeting.

PTI