New Delhi: Former President of India Pranab Mukherjee who is caught in controversy for agreeing to accept the right-wing group RSS’s invitation, Mukherjee on Monday issued a firm response on Monday that he shall attend the invitation irrespective of what his critics think or say about him.
The RSS organization has invited Mukherjee to their concluding ceremony of Sangh Shiksha Varg (training camp) scheduled for 7 June. Now the organization has since then been busy preparing to host Mukherjee along with building a momentum which the party sees as a “validation of its inclusive nature,” Economic Times reported.
The RSS on Tuesday hosted an event to speak about what the organization has contributed to the freedom of Struggle along with claiming how “one family has always tried to spread lies about it.”
Though the core topics of the organization were about nationalism the organization took pride in speaking how it has changed on working towards earning praises from leaders of different leaders and winning the majority of the major community in India.
Since nobody remains unknown of what this organization has contributed towards disturbing the harmony among the communities, the right-wing organization is successfully instilling its ideologies in the minds of the majority community in India.
Pranab Mukherjee is supposed to take part in the flag hoisting ceremony, recitation of prayers and witness the physical exercises performed by the RSS cadre, after which he shall deliver his expected speech.
At least three senior Congress leaders — Jairam Ramesh, Ramesh Chennithala and CK Jaffer Sharief have urged Mukherjee to reconsider his decision.
The RSS joint sec. Manmohan Vaidya clarifying the Sangh’s position wrote an elaborate write up which was featured in a Hindi newspaper on Tuesday saying parties should welcome the exchange of ideas and not criticise them.