Chennai: BJP state vice-president Narayanan Tirupathi said that banning the RSS procession on the pretext of banning the Popular Front of India protesting because of the ban shows the inability of the state government to maintain law and order.
In a statement issued in this regard, he said, “Tamil Nadu government’s denial of permission to the RSS procession is strongly condemned. The high court order has been defiantly denied permission to satisfy someone.
It is funny that the Tamil Nadu government has announced that various events inciting religious sentiments have been taking place in the state recently, while the central government has banned the Popular Front of India, Islamic organizations are protesting and on the same day some other organizations have asked for permission to hold a human chain protest, which is why the permission is being denied.
It is known to the world that DMK’s deputy general secretary A.Raja was the one who slandered Hindu women and incited religious sentiments in recent times. It is ridiculous that the DMK government did not take action and arrest him for his derogatory remarks about Hindu women, and banned the RSS procession on the grounds of that.
If the Popular Front of India organizations are protesting because of the ban, banning the RSS procession without taking any action to control them, shows the inability of the state government to maintain law and order.
On the same day, the government noted that some other organizations had sought permission for the human chain series. It is clear that the DMK has incited the organizations to deny permission to the RSS procession.
DMK and its allied parties are afraid and trembling to see the growth of the RSS movement, whose lifeblood is patriotism, godliness, spirituality, control, honesty and discipline. If rulers act in the belief that they can achieve anything with power, they will be defeated and punished by justice.”