Nagpur :- Chandrasekhar Azad-led Bhim Army here on Saturday called for a ban on the RSS and challenged the saffron organisation to fight elections directly instead of frontal organisation of BJP.
Addressing a workers’ rally at Reshimbagh, Azad challenged the RSS and its chief Mohan Bhagwat for a debate over reservation. Earlier, the police had denied permission to the Bhim Army for a rally at Reshimbagh, citing risk of law and order. The denial was challenged in court and the HC ordered that Bhim Army can hold a workers’ meet but no ,
protest and no inflammatory speeches should be made there.
The Nagpur police had denied the organisation to hold the meeting at the Reshimbagh ground because it felt that there would be a possibility of clash if the Bhim Army uses “foul languages” against the RSS.
Referring to the Nagpur Police’s contention, Azad said two ideologies will always clash. “While we believe in Constitution, they believe in ”Manusmriti”. This country runs only on Constitution and not on any other ideology. This ”Manuvad” will end in the country only if a ban is imposed on the RSS,” he further said. The Bhim Army chief said the new-citizenship law, the National Register of Citizens and the National Population Register are the RSS agenda. Azad also appealed to the Uddhav Thackeray not allow the NPR in the state in the interest of the people.