At regular interval, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has proved its mettle. Not just protecting the rights of Hindus but even integrity of the nation was upheld by the RSS since decades. That’s why it has been praised from India’s former President Pranab Mukherjee and even several foreigners had hailed the work of RSS.
Now a man who had been criticizing RSS since his beginning of political career has now not just praised RSS but even donated his ancestral properties that’s worth crores. The man is none other than the former leader from the Samajwai Party (SP) Amar Singh.
This Rajya Sabha MP from Uttar Pradesh has now donated his ancestral property, worth crores, in Azamagarh to Sewa Bharti, an organisation affiliated to Rashtirya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS).
The New Indian Express reported “the former general secretary of Samajwadi Party donated a part of his ancestral property worth around Rs 15 crore to Sewa Bharti. It includes his ancestral house, worth Rs 4 crore, and 10 bighas of land, worth Rs 10 crore in Tarwan village of Azamgarh district”.
After this noble act, Mr Singh said Sangh was too big an organisation to be donated anything. Later on while he was en route Jaunpur to attend an event, via Varanasi on 28th December, he said “By giving away my property in the memory of my late father to them, I have tried to make a contribution to their efforts to serve the society”.
He even spoke about the ongoing Ram Mandir debate by saying “It is only about making it grand as the stature and grace of Lord Ram” and thus made it clear that he wants only and only a Ram Mandir in Ayodhya.
Earlier this year, Rajya Sabha MP Amar Singh had said “I am not making any attempt (to join the BJP). I like Modiji and I am standing in support of him”. He even added “Earlier also, during the Vidhan Sabha elections, I had openly supported the BJP, but did not join it. It’s not in my hands whether to join the BJP or not”.
This has led to a speculation that he might join the BJP prior to the 2019 Lok Sabha elections and if this comes true that it will be a hammer blow to the Samajwadi Party.