Decorum Wasn’t Followed During Poll Campaign, Remarks RSS Chief

Nagpur: The decorum needed in contesting elections was not followed in the recently-concluded Lok Sabha polls, said RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat while addressing RSS workers at a ceremony in Maharashtra’s Nagpur on Monday, reported The Statesman.

“The way we started criticising each other, and the way our actions in the campaign would increase discord in the society, divide two groups, and create mutual suspicion, was also not taken care of, and organisations like Sangh were also drawn into this, technology falsehoods were served with props, absolute lies; gentlemen do not use this science”, Bhagwat said.

He emphasized, “There is decorum even in contesting elections, that decorum was not followed, because it is necessary to follow decorum because the challenges before our country have not ended”.

Without naming anyone, he said, “A true sevak maintains decorum while working… The one who maintains decorum does his work, but remains unattached. There should be no arrogance that I did this. Only such a person has the right to be called a sevak.”

He also expressed concern about the situation in Manipur and said that the issue needs to be prioritised.

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