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BJP Lodges Complaint with Election Commission Over Misuse of RSS Name

In a bid to address concerns over the misuse of the RSS name by an organization allegedly linked to Congress, the BJP has approached the Election Commission.

By: Rekha Joshi  Pardaphash Group
BJP Lodges Complaint with Election Commission Over Misuse of RSS Name

The BJP has brought to the attention of the Election Commission an issue regarding an organization allegedly misusing the name of RSS, linked to Congress leaders, to propagate against the ruling party ahead of the Lok Sabha polls. A delegation of BJP leaders, led by national organization secretary Arun Singh, Sanjay Mayukh, and Om Pathak, presented a complaint to the poll panel. They demanded the registration of an FIR against the “fake” organization and issued a notice to the Congress.

BJP Lodges Complaint with Election Commission

The BJP delegation expressed their concern over the organization attempting to mislead the public by unlawfully using RSS’ name to create confusion. They highlighted that despite the Supreme Court dismissing its petition, challenging the Assistant Registrar of Societies’ decision to not register it under the name and style of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), the fake organization persists.

Mr. Singh accused Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi of orchestrating the creation of this “fake” organization. He pointed out that the Congress’ Seva Dal chief heads this outfit. Mr. Singh emphasized that the organization is disseminating messages urging people to ensure the defeat of BJP, echoing Rahul Gandhi’s narrative.

The BJP delegation urged the Election Commission to take strict action against such activities, including lodging an FIR and removing their social media posts. They also called for issuing a notice to the Congress to prevent the promotion of these “fake organizations” and their misleading social media posts during the elections.

In a memorandum to the EC, the BJP cited a viral video pledging support to the opposition’s INDIA bloc and Congress, uploaded on YouTube and shared by members of Congress on social media platforms. The BJP urged the EC to direct Congress and its Seva Dal to publicly apologize and remove all related posts and videos from social platforms.

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