To regain lost ground, RSS directs cadre to conduct 30,000 meeting on CAA in Delhi

RSS has directed its party cadre to conduct awareness programmes on the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). It is anticipated that the cadre will hold over 30,000 neighbourhood meetings across Delhi

To regain lost ground, RSS directs cadre to conduct 30,000 meeting on CAA in Delhi
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All political parties are gearing up for the upcoming Delhi Assembly elections, and the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) is all out to help their ally party BJP to grab onto the capital of the country.

According to the sources cited by the news agency ANI, the RSS has directed its party cadre to contact a large section of public and conduct awareness programmes on the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). It is anticipated that the cadre will hold over 30,000 neighbourhood meetings across Delhi.

The RSS workers will be highlighting some points to convince people that the incumbent AAP government is against the “welfare of Hindus” and naturally Aam Admi Party’s stand on CAA, Shaheen Bagh protests and ‘tukde-tukde gang’ will be the point of discussion.

“On most of these issues the Arvind Kejriwal government stand was 'not in favour of the nation's interest'”, ANI quoted sources as saying.

"The purpose of this public contact programme would be to connect with the youngsters, senior citizens and others across Delhi. The RSS cadre will be activated to ensure that the AAP's stand on these important issues is brought before the people," sources said.

Harping on the majority sentiment and their majoritarian policies, their aim would be to focus that the vote should be for establishing a government for ‘Hindu welfare.’ Besides this, they will be asked to criticise the schemes currently being offered by the AAP government.

The Election Commission of India (ECI) had announced that the 70 seats Delhi assembly elections will be held on February 8 and the counting of votes will take place on February 11.

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