Monday, November 11, 2013

Will Congress Reveal the true History about Sardar Patel and RSS Ban ?

Congress False Propaganda against RSS
Congress has been continuously propagating that RSS is the same organization that killed Mahatma Gandhi. They are fanatics, extremists, communal and  they spread Saffron terror. BJP has emerged from the same Sangh background and obviously follows RSS communal agenda. These are the people who killed Gandhi.

This constant Gobales like propaganda by Congress for years to brainwash people of India to Convince Congress is Secular, and BJP communal is again a Congress`s communal propaganda. Hindus who talk of Hinduism are communal and therefore against Muslims in India. The trick played on Muslims to win votes. 
This is a well crafted cunning political agenda orchestrated by Congress every time to come back to power by instilling insecurity, fear in Muslims and other minorities.

Let us turn the history pages to see what is this Congress propaganda against  RSS and what is the truth. The subject of the ban on RSS in connection with Gandhijee's murder needs some more attention.

Sardar Patel was of the opinion that the RSS was not involved in Gandhiji's murder.

This fact is
 evident from the correspondence between Patel and Nehru. Replying to the Prime Minister’s letter urging him to ascertain the RSS connection in the case, Patel sent a categorical reply on 27 February 1948, less than a month after Gandhiji’s assassination: he says in that...

 ‘I have kept myself almost in daily touch with the progress of the investigations regarding Bapu’s assassination case. All the main accused have given long and detailed statements of their activities. It also clearly emerges from the statements that the RSS was not involved in it at all.’
Therefore, it is clear that it was on Nehru's insistence and some later fictitious reports from some of the state leaders that forced Patel to impose the ban on the RSS.
Shri Guruji was arrested again on the night of 13 November 1948 under the notorious Bengal State Prisoner’s Act
It was the very Act which Nehru had condemned before Independence as a ‘black law’. Soon after his arrest, Shri Guruji wrote a letter to all the swayamsevaks: ‘This state of affairs is humiliating. To continue to submit meekly to this atrocious tyranny is an insult to the honor of citizens of free Bharat and a blow to the prestige of our civilized free State. I therefore request you to stand up for our great cause.’ He gave a call for nationwide satyagraha on 9 December 1948. The main slogan of the satyagrahis was a blatant challenge to the Nehru government: ‘Prove the charges against the RSS or lift the ban.’
The satyagraha was a huge success all over the country. The government soon realized that public opinion was going against Shri Guruji’s illegal arrest.

So in order to break the stalemate, Patel communicated a request to Shri Guruji to prepare a written constitution for the RSS and to send it to the Government of India for its perusal. Until then, the RSS had been functioning without a constitution. Shri Guruji readily agreed to this suggestion and the text of the Sangh’s constitution was sent to the government in June 1949. 
This paved the way for removal of the ban on the RSS on 12 July 1949, unconditionally followed by Shri Guruji’s release the following day.

What is further interesting is the following correspondence by Sardar Patel:
After removal of the ban which was unconditional on the RSS on 12 July 1949,  
Sardar Patel wrote a letter to Shri Guruji on this occasion and made a telling remark: 
Only the people near me know as to how happy I was when the ban on Sangh was lifted. I wish you all the best.’
Any person who is genuine and wants to present the truth, would have mentioned the whole correspondence between Sardar Patel and Guruji Golwalkar and not quote as it suits him. It clearly exposes the lies that Manish Tewari and his ilk are indulging in.
On a side note, it is interesting to note that after the ban was lifted...
Shri Guruji embarked on an all-India tour in August 1949, touring the country extensively for six months. Wherever he went, he received a tumultuous welcome. The massive ovation he got in Delhi on 23 August 1949 attracted international attention. BBC radio reported: ‘Golwalkar is a shining star that has arisen on the Indian firmament. The only other Indian who can draw such huge crowds is Prime Minister Nehru.’
It is therefore clear that the lifting of ban on the RSS in 1948 was unconditional and the organization and its swayamsevaks were falsely implicated.

Ajay Angre
Author, Writer, Publisher

Compiled from various internet sources.