“RSS Will Use Agniveers To Takeover Army”: Ex-Karnataka CM Kumaraswamy’s Allegation

Kumaraswamy, the former chief minister of Karnataka, claimed that the RSS planned to utilise the Agniveers to take over the army and establish Nazi tyranny in India. 

Bengaluru: Former Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy claims that the Agnipath project is part of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s (RSS) plan to seize control of the Indian Army. He went on to say that Agniveers will work for the RSS both inside and outside the Army after their service ended.

Making a big statement and a highly controversial allegation, former CM Kumaraswamy said, “Will RSS leaders recruit them or the army? Now the 10 lakh people who will be recruited, maybe they could push RSS karyakartas into the army. They may setup 2.5 lakh RSS workers in the army and their hidden agenda is that the 75% who will be sent out with 11 lakh rupees. They’ll spread across the country.”

Kumaraswamy added, “Those inside and outside will belong to the RSS, they’re planning for an RSS takeover of the army.”

Kumaraswamy dubbed the project “RSS’s Agnipath,” recalling that the RSS was created during Hitler’s Nazi dictatorship in Germany.

“Maybe they (RSS) want to implement that (Nazi rule) in our country, for which they’ve created Agnipath or Anginveer. There are a lot more things to be debated, I’ve some doubts regarding this,” said the Janata Dal leader.

Claiming that the RSS was trying to bring a “nazi movement” in India, Kumaraswamy said, “Hence, they have come with Agnipath and creating Agniveers.”

“The 2.5 lakh people who are retained in Agnipath, they’ll be RSS workers then. It’s an RSS hidden agenda, and the remaining 75% who are sent out after 4 years will be spread to the rest of India. If they are also RSS, on one side RSS wants to take over control of the Army,” said Kumaraswamy.





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