RSS chief mum on Team Anna`s political plans
Nagpur: RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Saturday said the organisation would stick to its resolution adopted in Mangalore against corruption, but did not clarify his stand on Team Anna`s proposed entry into electoral politics.
Bhagwat, who was asked on the sidelines of an award function here, whether the RSS would now support Hazare, he only said that the organisation would stick to the resolution adopted in Mangalore and did not elaborate further.
In its meeting of Akhil Bhartiya Pratinidhi Sabha (ABPS) held in mid-2011 in Mangalore, the RSS had adopted a resolution that it would extend support to anti-corruption campaigns and that it would not support corrupt people.
Bhagwat, at whose hands journalism awards were given here today, called on the journalist fraternity "not to paint only the negative picture of the society, but also project the positive things happening in the country."
He advised the media to "follow certain principles set by the earlier generation" and asked them "not to deviate from the path."
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