RSS condemns killing of Sikhs at US Gurudwara Shoot out, expressed shock over racism

NewDelhi August-8: Rshtriya swayamsevak Sangh(RSS) has condemned the racism and violence that still prevalent in some sections of the American society and expressed shock over Gurudwara shoot out. In a press statement,  Suresh Joshi, Sarakaryavah (General secretary of RSS) urged Indian  Government to talk to US to ensure that proper education about the great teachings of our religions.

Full statement:

It came as a rude shock to millions of peace-loving citizens of the world, especially the countless millions of Indians, that several innocent Sikhs were massacred and several more injured in the mindless shoot out outside a Gurudwara in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, US. We strongly condemn this heinous crime. It demonstrates the abominable tendencies of racism and violence still prevalent in some sections of the American society and the ignorance about great humanistic precepts of Sikhism.

Our heart goes offer peace to the departed and quick relief to the injured. We offer condolences to the families of the deceased.

We urge our Government to talk to the counterparts in US to ensure that proper education about the great teachings of religions from Bharat like
common heritage of the humanity so that such acts of vendetta borne out of misinformed prejudices and hatred are not repeated.

-Suresh(Bhaiaji) Joshi

Sarakaryavah, RSS

Shri Bhayyaji Joshi ji Statement-Aug-8-2012

 

Vishwa Samvada Kendra

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