Hyderabad

AISF rally against hatred message of RSS gets tremendous response

AISF rally against hatred message of RSS gets tremendous response

Hyderabad: The rally taken out by AISF against the communal conspiracies and hatred campaign launched by RSS is getting a tremendous public response. This rally was started from Kanyakumari. It has passed through Kerala, Pondicherry and Tamil Nadu. It has now entered in Karnataka State. This students’ organization is spreading the message of love and affection against the hatred campaign launched by RSS.

President of AISF, Mr. Syed Waliullah Qadri told that RSS is working on the Hindutva agenda to convert the country into a Hindu State but AISF will not allow it to implement its agenda.

In his statement, he recalled that India is a country adhering to the principles of Gandhi and Bhagat Singh. It cannot adopt the values of Godse. He bitterly criticized RSS and told that Dalits and Muslims are being killed these days in the name of cow protection. They have been given free hand by the Central Govt.

Mr. Qadri further told that the rally is getting an unexpected response from the youngsters and from the students. Everywhere it is being welcomed. He pointed out that unrest in the country is on the increase. No action is being taken to eradicate poverty and unemployment. Hatred is being promoted among the public. People now understand that the atmosphere of hatred is being created to cover up the failures of the Govt.

He further told that the purpose of the peace rally is to maintain the solidarity of the country and also to defeat the communal elements. He informed that this peace rally would continue till 12th September and a grand function would be organized on the last day in the Punjab where this rally would pay rich tributes to the martyrs of freedom struggle, Bhagat Singh, Ashfaqullah Khan, Raj Guru and Sukdev. This rally is being attended by Kanhaiya Kumar (JNU), Aparajita (Delhi), L Babu (AP), Biswajeet Kumar (Bihar), V. Maheswari (Punjab), Tirumalai (TN), Indrupati (West Bengal), Aftab Alam (Jharkhand) and Waliullah Qadri (Telangana).

–Siasat News