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BJP follows decisions taken by Sangh: Ashok Gehlot

Gehlot was on Saturday morning speaking to media persons during his brief halt in Kota from where he left for Jodhpur.

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BJP follows decisions taken by Sangh: Ashok Gehlot
Ashok Gehlot, along with ex-minister Shanti Dhariwal and Bharat Singh speaking to media persons at Circuit House in Kota on Saturday morning.
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Former chief minister Ashok Gehlot, while hitting out at the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) for their mutual ties despite one being a political organization and other a nationalist, cultural body, said RSS has become an extra-constitutional authority in the country that makes all the decisions which BJP abides by. 

BJP should now merge itself into RSS so that Congress can fight against one ideology rather than two separate ones, the ex-CM further said. Gehlot was on Saturday morning speaking to media persons during his brief halt in Kota from where he left for Jodhpur.

“The RSS has become an extra-constitutional authority in the country that decides who would be the CM of states, who should be sent to cabinet and who should go to corporations,” Gehlot said.  He said RSS is a masked organisation which claims to be a cultural body that talks of only Hindutva. 

However, now its (RSS) reality is exposed and they (members of the RSS) should come out into the political arena, Gehlot further said. 

BJP should now merge itself into RSS as both RSS and BJP to form one ideology, he said adding, Congress and its workers are capable enough to counter that ideology.  “The RSS is like an extra-constitutional authority and orders the Prime Minister on who should be ministers and the CM.

Now, they (RSS men) should stop calling themselves a cultural organization as they misguide the public and tend to grab votes,” Gehlot further said. “An air of politics of hate is currently prevailing in the country,” ex-CM Gehlot observed and said politics of violence on ‘love Jihad’ ‘Gharwapsi’ and on cow is rampant everywhere in the country and that is regrettable. 

The law and order situation across the country is out of gear and the talks and claims to bring back money have now been stopped, he further said. 

“The politics that they (RSS and BJP) are playing with masked faces are not at all good for the country,” Gehlot said.

Gehlot expressed confidence that the Congress will make a comeback in the next elections. “Congress leader Sonia Gandhi has already announced that the Congress will ensure it comes to power in the next polls,” he added. 

TAKING A DIG

On the proposed yatra by CM Raje in the state, Gehlot quipped that people well understood the reality of these yatras and they cannot be duped by these roadshows. 
The ex-chief minister also alleged that the sand mafia in the state is thriving under the guardianship of the government.

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