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AMRITSAR: Raising concern over reports that the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) plans to take shakhas in rural areas of Punjab, Congress deputy leader in the Lok Sabha and Amritsar MP Captain Amarinder Singh said that it would force Punjab back into the dark days of terrorism.

Talking to mediapersons here on Sunday, he said that with the RSS taking shakhas to villages, there were serious chances of communal disturbance. "I think it is a very dangerous move. They should not mobilize people on communal lines. I am afraid of disturbances and Punjab can go back to square one."

He said that the Congress party would tell people to beware of the designs of RSS as it doesn't want terrorism to resurface. "RSS shakhas will invite trouble even as we are still struggling to right past wrongs and the economy is in a shambles," he said, adding that it was a serious matter and even RSS leadership should reconsider it to maintain peace in state.

Talking about the growing distance between Akali Dal and BJP, he said that the Congress party was not bothered whether the alliance remains intact or breaks. "If the BJP thinks it can go alone, it can, but there is no denying the fact that for the past eight years, they have been partner in crime."

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/chandigarh/RSS-shakhas-in-rural-Punjab-a-dangerous-move-Captain-Amarinder-Singh/articleshow/45016999.cms

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