Senior RSS leader Krishna Gopal said that the practice of untouchability didn’t exist in ancient India and it came from outside in last thousand years.
He said no person living in ‘our streets, our towns can be untouchable."When I believe (as a Hindu) that there is Brahma, Vishnu and Shiv in humans, then why discriminate? This (tradition of) discrimination came in the last thousand years. There was no such thing as the untouchability in this country (before that)," he said.
"Our Vedic rishis never mentioned this. Where did it come from?...it came from outside," Gopal claimed.
The RSS leader also said that due to the relentless work of Sangh volunteers "today we see Independence Day and Republic Day being celebrated openly in the Northeastern states that have been suffering violence of separatists forces for long". In Kerala, over 400 RSS volunteers have been killed, he said, adding that in the last one year alone over 35 volunteers were killed in Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.
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