Much has been said about the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) and the organisation has been projected negatively more often by the left-liberal media with cases of mob lynching and RSS, often linked to show RSS in a distorted way.
Hence, the Sangh has now begun interacting with people from all walks of life in a bid to improve their image and have moved to assert that RSS will disown any Swayamsevak found involved in the cases of mob lynching.
The RSS during an interaction with 80 journalists repressing 50 organisations from over 30 countries where RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat asserted that the organisation was against all forms of violence and would “disown any Swayamsevak found guilty of such an act.”
The two and a half session saw the top leadership of RSS discuss a range of issues right from Kashmir to mob lynching as the organisation attempts to undo the damage done to its image by the biased media and the leadership took questions liberally and made the RSS stance clear on critical issues.
This comes as German Ambassador Walter Linder visited the organisation’s headquarters for which the Ambassador came under heavy fire as the left-liberal cabal termed it as a visit to a ‘fascist organisation’.
This interaction was a part of the Sangh’s efforts to continue to reinvent themselves and rebuild their brand image and ensure that their work in nation-building doesn’t go unnoticed.
The Sangh’s outreach to the international media is a tight slap to the domestic media as they leave no stone unturned to project the Sangh as a fascist organisation and a perennial villain. The outreach will also make it impossible for the Indian media to distort the Sangh’s statements and subsequently spread fake news around the same.
The cases of Mob Lynching are extremely unfortunate and the guilty must be brought to justice but to link every case of lynching to RSS just to throw muck on the Narendra Modi government is completely unacceptable.
The RSS’s move to come down hard on the cases of lynching is a welcome move that will deter any Swayamsevak to support or propagate such heinous crimes.
Mohan Bhagwat has also gone on to assert that the RSS volunteers will also work to stop incidents like lynching. The outreach is perhaps one of the many steps that the Sangh will undertake to counter the malicious propaganda circulated by the left-liberal cabal.