Union Surface Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari and Maharashtra BJP chief Devendra Fadnavis, who were recently in news for reportedly being in the race for the top post, made separate visits to the RSS headquarters here for a one-on-one meeting with Sarsanghchalak Mohan Bhagwat. Fadnavis met the RSS chief Friday evening while Gadkari met him Saturday […]
On Friday, Khattar, who represents Karnal, met top BJP and RSS leaders in New Delhi regarding the constitution of his Cabinet.
Gadkari offered no reply to driving without helmet and walked away.
Ajay Maken called the article a “hate piece, barbaric and illegal”.
TV channels showed the BJP MP from Nagpur riding his white-coloured scooter to the Sangh headquarters.
Reacting to the charges, Editor of Kesari N R Madhu said this was a sheer distortion of facts by the Congress leaders with political motives.
Mohan Bhagwat told them change can come only if government and society work together.
‘Godse was much better than Nehru — he pulled the trigger on Gandhiji’s chest after a respectful bow.’
The BJP had used the “acche din” buzzword in its campaign projecting Modi as PM candidate for the Lok Sabha elections.
Party national secretary Arun Singh, who belongs to Mathura but is currently based in Noida, has been given the charge of Odisha.
Naik said he had invited Bhagwat and other senior leaders from the RSS and hosted them at Raj Bhawan for a meal.
Sunil Mehra, a yarn dealer, said, “One can see Chinese blankets and quilts these days; they are cheaper than our Indian products.”
Khattar is the third RSS Pracharak after the PM and Haryana Governor Kaptan Singh Solanki to hold a top post. Many are on deputation with the BJP.
The appointment is in line with RSS’s increasing activities in eastern UP after the formation of Narendra Modi-led government at the Centre.
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