RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat’s West Bengal Visit: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday took a dig at Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat’s upcoming visit to the state, asking the police to welcome him with sweets and fruits and ensure Ensure that there is no riot during his four-day stay.
Bhagwat will be present at the RSS training camp starting in Keshiyari from Tuesday. This training camp will last for three weeks. In a review meeting here, Banerjee told her officials that what is the purpose of the RSS chief’s stay in Keshiyari from May 17 to May 20? You can send them sweets and fruits on behalf of the administration. Let them realize how cordial we are with our guests.
What instructions did Mamta give to the security officers?
During the administrative meeting here, Banerjee asked the Inspector-in-Charge of Keshiyari police station to provide him proper security and also to ensure that no riots take place. Senior RSS functionary Debashish Choudhary, however, hit back saying that it is interesting that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has become keen on our socio-cultural activities.
Mamta Banerjee invited to visit RSS shakha
Also, we urge them to go to Tablighi Jamaat camps run by Islamic organizations. He said it would be good if Banerjee saw the RSS camp for herself. He claimed that the youth are given physical training along with educational and cultural activities there.