RSS and Indian Nationalism

The punching bag of so called liberals (RSS) to counter political opponents is nothing new but one is curious if they know about there history:

On 18th Oct 1947, then Home Minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, requested the 2ndSarsanghachalak M.S. Golwalkar to meet Maharaja Hari Singh to persuade the Maharaja to accede to India.

He was accompanied by other RSS pracharaks. It is believed that the Maharaja agreed to the proposal, but the formal accession was signed only on the 26 October, after the invasion by raiders from Pakistan. Jinnah had plans in place to kill the King by 24th and capture Sri Nagar by 25th Oct.

RSS volunteers not only provided early leads to the Indian Army about Pakistan’s upcoming attack at that time but also protected Hari Singh by mobilizing 200 volunteers.

Today, the Muslim Rashtriya Manch has more than 4,500 workers in Kashmir valley, with around 800 NGOs working with them.

2)

Even after the independence, Dadra & Nagar Haveli was internationally recognized to be in Portuguese possession.

The unwillingness of the colonist to leave Indian Territory was opposed by the RSS and it participated in movements to decolonize Dadra and Nagar Haveli.

In April 1954, the RSS formed a coalition with the National Movement Liberation Organization (NMLO), and the Azad Gomantak Dal (AGD) for the liberation of Dadra and Nagar Haveli. On 28 July, volunteer teams of the RSS and AGD captured the territories of Naroli and Phiparia and ultimately the capital of Silvas

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