New Delhi: The RSS on Monday took a snipe at
Digvijay Singh, who had accused it of "spreading terrorism"
and "making bomb factories", saying it "pitied" the Congress
leader who was acting as a "street bully".
The Sangh fountainhead said neither Singh`s party nor
the government takes his statements seriously.
"We pity the situation a senior leader like Digvijay
Singh finds himself in.... He has started acting like a street
bully. We pity him," RSS leader Ram Madhav said here while
reacting to the alleged confrontation involving Singh and his
supporters and BJP activists in Ujjain yesterday.
He said the senior Congress leader is "now seen on the
streets along with some unknown, apparently anti-social
"He has already acquired notoriety for his hobnobbing
with jehadi elements and support for the most corrupt
people," Madhav alleged.
Asked about Singh`s statement that RSS was "making
bomb factories", he said nobody takes his statement seriously.
"Neither his party nor the government takes it
seriously. Therefore, there is no reason for us to take his
remarks seriously," Madhav said.