New Delhi: Criticising the RSS for “favouring” cow vigilante groups, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Friday alleged such groups are being protected by the governments in BJP ruled states.
“In the name of gau raksha these people (RSS) are spreading terror on the marginalised sections of the society. It is unfortunate that the vigilante groups are being protected by the BJP governments,” he said. Sisodia criticised the RSS for “favouring” cow vigilante groups. Meanwhile, sending out a strong message against “indiscipline” in the AAP, Sisodia said it will not be tolerated and party supremo Arvind Kejriwal would have the final say on any issue pertaining to the leadership.
Inaugurating the three-day convention of the party volunteers from different districts in New Delhi, he said discipline and transparency in the public life were most important to AAP.
He warned volunteers against “dissenting with” its top functionary Naveen Jaihind. Sisodia, national executive member of AAP, said Naveen Jaihind has been appointed president of the party in Haryana and the party will not tolerate any voice against him.
If an activist or office-bearer has any grouse against him (Jaihind), he must approach Kejriwal to resolve the issue, he said. “Indiscipline will not be tolerated,” he said.
Sisodia also said those joining the party to get an election ticket should reconsider their decision and urged the party activists to raise their voice against use of religion in the politics and poor governance by the BJP in Haryana and the Centre.