AGRA: Activists of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) have written a letter to Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) vice chancellor Tariq Mansoor seeking permission to organise ‘shakha’ (camps) inside the campus to “dispel misconceptions” about the right-wing outfit among students of the minority community.
In the letter, they have said that it was important for them to familiarize students with the outfit’s real ideology.
RSS activist Mohammad Ameer Rashid said in the letter, “There is a dire need for the students to know the truth about the RSS. Many students are giving baseless statements against the organisation and spreading misinformation.”
He said that RSS is fully dedicated to nation’s service, and works without religious discrimination.
RSS worker Md.Amir Rashid writes to Aligarh Muslim University VC seeking to conduct 'Shakhas' in the campus, says, 'Wrong perception is being created that RSS is anti-Muslim, they're actually a nationalist organisation. If 'Shakhas' are held students will know what RSS is about.' pic.twitter.com/6ndmClPTNE
— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) April 27, 2018