Patna SSB Manavjit Singh Dhillon has been embroiled in a controversy by comparing the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) wing to the Indian People’s Front (PFI) training camp. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has opened a front against Dhillon and demanded an apology from him or his resignation from the Indian Police Service (IPS). But the Tegashwi Yadav Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) and the Gitan Ram Mangi Hindustani Awam Morcha (HUM) party backed Dhillon while they backed the words of the SSP. Meanwhile, Bihar Police Headquarters issued a notice to Dhillon asking him to show reason within 48 hours.
In the raid on the PFI office in Volwarichariv district of Patna, the Patna Chief Police Officer, Dhillon, compared the PFI training camp to the branches of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). He said that just as wand training is done at Schacht RSS, similar training in the name of physical training is given at PFI training camps and young people are brainwashed.
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After BJP spokesperson Nikhil Anand, MLA Haribhushan Thakur Bachaul, BJP MP and former MP CM Sushil Modi also responded sharply to the SSP statement by tweeting. Modi said that comparing a patriotic organization like the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh with this banned organization after arresting the suspected PFI terrorists involved in a plot to make secular India an Islamic state is highly condemned and ignorant. He said the SSP in Patna should immediately withdraw this statement and apologize for it.
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The RJD supported Dillon’s view and said the Patna Police Chief Superintendent was absolutely right about the way the Sangh operated that these people spread propaganda and hate in the name of physical training and riot if they set foot in any area. Mob killing and other activities against social harmony. Danish Rizwan, the spokesperson for the BJP ally in the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), said the SPD is getting into controversy without any reason. Radwan asked the question: If talking about an Islamic state is a crime, is it right to talk about Hindu Rashtra.