By Muslim Mirror Staff
Rashtriya Janata Dal’s (RJD’s) Bihar unit president Jagada Nand Singh on Saturday likened Popular Front of India (PFI) to Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). This comes days after Patna SSP Manavjeet Singh Dhillon drew the ire of RSS and BJP leaders for comparing PFI with RSS.
Singh added that all those who are arrested for working as Pakistani agents are found to be Hindus and related to RSS.
“Their (PFI) organisation is like the RSS. They also want to serve their community, but why do you call them anti-nationals?… Whenever dangerous people are arrested by security forces for being Pakistani agents, all of them are found to be related to RSS and Hindu community,” Singh told reporters.
He added that the PFI has been formed to protect members of the Muslim community from any kind of attacks as they fear “the growing power of RSS”. He further slammed the elements who call PFI members terrorists and anti-national.
“Fearing the growing power of RSS, a community has formed an organization on the same lines to protect its members, and you call them terrorists, anti-national. Some people whose relatives have settled in Pakistan make calls there and talk to them, and they are labelled as terrorists. Is it treason to talk to your relative?” he said.