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RJD Bihar Chief Says “RSS Like PFI, Arrested Pakistani Agents Found To Be Hindus”

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RJD’s Jagadanand Singh claimed that most of the Pakistani agents who were arrested by security agencies are either RSS members or Hindus.

Mumbai: The state President of the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), Jagadanand Singh came out in support of the Popular Front of India (PFI). He said that why is PFI being questioned and termed as anti-national when it has been made to protect Muslims and counter the RSS that existed before, reports said. 

“When a community which is afraid of RSS forms an organisation to serve its own people, why are they called rioters and anti-nationals?” he questioned.

Singh further said that most Pakistani agents arrested by the security forces were either members of the RSS or Hindus.

He also highlighted the fact how Indians who speak to their relatives in Pakistan are treated. He said that an Indian citizen who speaks to someone in Pakistan over the phone is called an anti-national person. Why is it so? What is it that proves talking to a Pakistan on call makes you anti-national and becomes a threat to the security of India, he questioned.

The BJP attacked Jagdanand Singh over his alleged remarks and demanded that he should be arrested for supporting anti-nationalists.
“These people should be booked to engage in anti-national activities that support anti-nationalists,” said Santosh Singh, MLC of the BJP.

Congress spokesman Asit Nath Tiwari meanwhile opposed the BJP and RJD for engaging in local politics.
He said that it is a fact that the BJP is ruling India with the support of RSS that has already set PFI unit as a subject for the communal tension to prevail between the Hindu and Muslim Community in the country. BJP will continue to benefit from this as RSS inspires fear in the minds of 80% Hindus and 16% Muslims, RJD does the same. Both the parties are doing it for their own political gain.

 

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