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RSS flays Centre on land deal

By Spl Correspondent

NEW DELHI, Oct. 7 � Slamming Government of India for its land transfer deal with Bangladesh, the Rashtriya Swyamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief, Mohan Bhagwat, has questioned the Centre�spolicy of granting fresh lease of life to insurgents by initiating dialogue with them.

Delivering his annualVijaya Dashami address, the RSS chief said that without trying to understand or even listen to the problems of the people in the region and in spite of the problems arising out of a large scale infiltration into Assam, Government of India seems to be over-willing in its talks with Bangladesh to part away Indian territory.

�Our incomplete and superficial understanding and awareness and our indifferences to the difficulties of the people, our mentality to exploit anything and everything for political gains have compounded the problems of the North-east, as is the case with Jammu and Kashmir,� he opined.

�It has now becomeimperative for our political class to appreciate the pains of the people of the North-east. They should make their understanding and knowledge deeper and thorough, as to how to solve problems of those people,� the RSS chief suggested.

Taking on the Centre for holding peace talks with insurgent outfits, Bhagwat said that completely deprived of the mass base and almost defunct terrorists groups are being given a fresh lease of life by the Centre and the State Governments by initiating dialogues with them.�Even a 60 days blockade of Manipur some years ago did not show any impact on the government, nor is there any willingness visible at present to take action against the uncontrolled terrorism there. �The Riang tribe displaced from Mizoram to Tripura is facing, total extinction, but the administration is not even remotely aware of it, he said.

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RSS flays Centre on land deal

NEW DELHI, Oct. 7 � Slamming Government of India for its land transfer deal with Bangladesh, the Rashtriya Swyamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief, Mohan Bhagwat, has questioned the Centre�spolicy of granting fresh lease of life to insurgents by initiating dialogue with them.

Delivering his annualVijaya Dashami address, the RSS chief said that without trying to understand or even listen to the problems of the people in the region and in spite of the problems arising out of a large scale infiltration into Assam, Government of India seems to be over-willing in its talks with Bangladesh to part away Indian territory.

�Our incomplete and superficial understanding and awareness and our indifferences to the difficulties of the people, our mentality to exploit anything and everything for political gains have compounded the problems of the North-east, as is the case with Jammu and Kashmir,� he opined.

�It has now becomeimperative for our political class to appreciate the pains of the people of the North-east. They should make their understanding and knowledge deeper and thorough, as to how to solve problems of those people,� the RSS chief suggested.

Taking on the Centre for holding peace talks with insurgent outfits, Bhagwat said that completely deprived of the mass base and almost defunct terrorists groups are being given a fresh lease of life by the Centre and the State Governments by initiating dialogues with them.�Even a 60 days blockade of Manipur some years ago did not show any impact on the government, nor is there any willingness visible at present to take action against the uncontrolled terrorism there. �The Riang tribe displaced from Mizoram to Tripura is facing, total extinction, but the administration is not even remotely aware of it, he said.

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