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RSS urges Centre to thwart China�s move

By Spl correspondent

NEW DELHI, Oct 16 � The RSS has asked the Centre to take a firm stand against China�s attempts to divert river waters including that of Brahmaputra in Tibet.

An executive meeting of the RSS held at Gorakhpur has in a resolution urged Government of India to take the lead in mobilising nations that get affected by the diversion of these rivers like Bangladesh, Pakistan, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand and Myanmar for securing a just water sharing agreement with China.

The executive meeting said that during the talks with Bangladesh in September adequate attention had not been paid to the threat of separatism. It is unfortunate that the issue of millions of Bangladesh infiltrators residing in India never figures in these talks.

On the land deal with Bangladesh, the RSS demanded that in all the treaties with Bangladesh the nation�s interests, its unity and integrity be considered paramount. Handing over of thousand of acres of our territory in Assam and West Bengal to Bangladesh under the pretext that it was already under the latter�s control can�t be justified on any account.

�It is unwise and unacceptable to cede more territory and get less in the name of territorial exchange. This would result in a large number of Bangladeshi Muslims in Coochbehar and Jalpaiguri automatically becoming citizens of India. This will lead to serious demographic distortion in the region causing enhanced,� the resolution said.

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RSS urges Centre to thwart China�s move

NEW DELHI, Oct 16 � The RSS has asked the Centre to take a firm stand against China�s attempts to divert river waters including that of Brahmaputra in Tibet.

An executive meeting of the RSS held at Gorakhpur has in a resolution urged Government of India to take the lead in mobilising nations that get affected by the diversion of these rivers like Bangladesh, Pakistan, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand and Myanmar for securing a just water sharing agreement with China.

The executive meeting said that during the talks with Bangladesh in September adequate attention had not been paid to the threat of separatism. It is unfortunate that the issue of millions of Bangladesh infiltrators residing in India never figures in these talks.

On the land deal with Bangladesh, the RSS demanded that in all the treaties with Bangladesh the nation�s interests, its unity and integrity be considered paramount. Handing over of thousand of acres of our territory in Assam and West Bengal to Bangladesh under the pretext that it was already under the latter�s control can�t be justified on any account.

�It is unwise and unacceptable to cede more territory and get less in the name of territorial exchange. This would result in a large number of Bangladeshi Muslims in Coochbehar and Jalpaiguri automatically becoming citizens of India. This will lead to serious demographic distortion in the region causing enhanced,� the resolution said.