Mathura: During the second day of Vrindavan meet at Keshav Dham, in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, the saffron group reiterated its demand to put a ban on Chinese products. The party termed both China and Pakistan as enemies of India.
India Today reported that addressing the session, the RSS leaders demanded a complete economic blockade of China, or at least imposing anti-dumping duties on Chinese products to bring Indian products at par with the cheap, but substandard Chinese goods. They also said to have demanded that the army be given free hand in Jammu and Kashmir to control dissidents.
According to RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat, the issue of murders of RSS men and senior leaders in Kerala was also discussed and these murders were denounced as unfortunate.
During the meet, the Sangh leaders endorsed demonetisation and GST, claiming that the demonetisation controlled the black money and GST would have a positive outcome.