People coming out of RSS shakha watch dirty movies in Vidhan Sabha: Former CM HD Kumaraswamy

Rukhsar Bano
Rukhsar Bano

New Delhi: Senior Janata Dal (Secular) leader and former Chief Minister of Karnataka HD Kumaraswamy has given such a statement about the RSS, which can cause a lot of uproar. Taking a jibe at the RSS, he said that people coming out of the Sangh shakha watch the ‘blue film’ in the assembly session. In fact, state BJP President Nalin Kumar had invited Kumaraswamy to come to the RSS branch to know about the activities of the Sangh, to which Kumaraswamy has reacted.

Slamming Karnataka BJP president Nalin Kumar, Kumaraswamy said, “I don’t want their (RSS) support. Have we not seen what is taught in the Sangh Shakha? How do the people out there behave in the assembly? Watching blue films during the assembly session, is they not taught in the (BJP) shakha? Kumaraswamy asked, do I need to go there (RSS branch) to learn all this? Talking to journalists, Kumaraswamy said without any uncertainty, I do not want their branch. I have learned a lot from the branch of the poor. Now I have nothing to learn from them. It may be mentioned that during the Karnataka Assembly session in 2012, three ministers were caught on camera allegedly watching obscene videos. Referring to the same incident, Kumaraswamy hit back at Karnataka BJP President Nalin Kumar.

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