Hyderabad (Telangana) [India]Nov 2 (ANI): The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) condemned the dissemination of the “internal investigation report” on social media and alleged that it was an attempt to tarnish the image and mislead people ahead of the Munugode bypass polls.
“A falsified statement, titled ‘RSS Internal Investigative Report’, is circulating on social media today. Ostensibly published in the context of Munugode’s polls on November 3, 2022, this report is signed by an unknown person and is clearly published with the mala fide intent to confuse and mislead people,” Kacham Ramesh said in an official statement from the Pranth Karyavaaha of Telangana RSS.
He further said that the Sangh had not conducted any such investigation and that he condemned the “malicious act” of making the false document public.
“The RSS is a voluntary organization that has worked for 97 years with the primary goal of building a nation through the formation of individual character. The RSS, as an institution, does not participate in politics or conduct political investigations” , he added. .
Further calling elections a crucial and critical part of democracy, the statement said that RSS encourages every Indian to “exercise their right to vote”.
He called the act of publishing a “falsified document in the name of the RSS” something that derides and abuses democratic and social values, the RSS said such actions do not befit the position of any individual or responsible institution.
“In recent times, attempts have been made to denigrate a voluntary cultural organization such as the RSS, by people who have resorted to false, baseless and implausible reporting and commentary for political purposes,” he said. he added, further demanding strict action from the government. and officials concerned against those responsible.
Recently, on Tuesday, a clash reportedly erupted between TRS and BJP workers on the last day of the partial election campaign in Munugode, Nalgonda of Telangana.
According to the State Chief Electoral Officer, Vikas Raj, no less than 298 polling stations have been established for the Munugode by-election and 2,41,855 voters will vote in the election to be held on November 3.
The state Chief Electoral Officer also said, “Campaigning for the Munugode by-election will end on Tuesday at 6 p.m. and polling time is from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
There are approximately 105 critical polling stations identified. The official informed that cabin level officers and medical teams are available at all stations.
He further mentioned that they gave the new voter ID card for the first time to Munugode and also set up webcasting in all polling centers. 51 teams have been assigned, including flying squads and static surveillance teams are deployed, he said.
“Up to 199 micro-watchers are deployed. We have deployed 3,366 state police and 15 companies from the central police force in Munogode. alcohol have been seized so far,” Vikas had told Raj. (ANI)