Chennai, Sep 29 (PTI) RSS has moved the Madras High Court seeking a direction to Tamil Nadu authorities to grant permission to its proposed 'route marches' in the state on October 9 to mark the 1000th birth anniversary of saint-philospher Sri Ramanuja.When the petition by RSS Joint Secretary P Vijayakumar came up for admission today, the court posted the matter to October 3..The petitioner said applications seeking permission for the rallies were sent through registered post to the authorities concerned after they did not accept them in person on September 13. But, till date there was no response from the authorities.
RSS shakhas will not be allowed to function in temples: Devaswom Minister 'Temples are places of worship and should not be made vaults of weapons'
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Thiruvananthapuram: Devaswom Minister Kadakampally Surendran said Monday that RSS shakhas will not be allowed to function in temples under the Devaswom Board. Pointing out that the department has received several complaints in this regard, the Minister said that people’s concerns on the matter need to be addressed. Temples are places of worship and should not be made vaults of weapons, he said while talking to reporters here. The Minister said that the government should not allow temples to be made centres of anti-social activities. It will not let the secularist and peaceful atmosphere prevailing in the state to be destroyed
By ANI Published: 15th August 2016 06:59 PM Last Updated: 15th August 2016 06:59 PM
NEW DELHI: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday alleged that the NDA Government was delaying the appointment of judges in various High Courts as recommended by the Supreme Court collegium because the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is keen to appoint lawyers associated with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) to the coveted post.
The BJP had come to power in 2012 by giving election promise to withdraw the grants to Church run English schools, once it comes to power.
Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) runs few hundred of its own English medium primary schools in Delhi and elsewhere. But in Goa, it opposes government grants to the Church-run English medium schools, said the Forum for Rights of Children’s Education (FORCE), quoting a cover story of India Today magazine.In Goa, the RSS-led Bharatiya Bhasha Suraksha Manch has presently waged a war against its own BJP government against its decision to continue the Congress policy of giving salary grants to over 130 Church-run English primary schools.The BJP had come to power in 2012 by giving election promise to withdraw the grants once it comes to power.