In an editorial "Unmasking pseudo-Ambedkarites" in its latest edition, RSS also attacked Rahul Gandhi for visiting Mhow on the birth anniversary of Ambedkar.
It said use of institutional space and symbols without permission amounts to "indiscipline" and the institution has every right to question students.
'Organiser' also said educational campuses are "afflicted with red ideology" and forums like Ambedkar Periyar Study Circle (APSC) in IIT-Madras are used for "propagating anti-Hindu and anti-Bharat divisive ideology", which Ambedkar would never have approved.
"Nobody can and should support ban on any student outfit for criticising government policies; definitely not, if the students are talking about caste-based discrimination in education sector," the editorial said.
It said there is neither any ban from government nor the notice issued to APSC for criticising the Prime Minister, as propagated by the group and secular media/intellectuals, and the HRD Ministry had only forwarded a complaint by another section of students.
"The issue of administrative disciplinary action against the Ambedkar Periyar Study Circle (APSC) in IIT-Madras and Rahul Gandhi turning to Ambedkar birth memorial are "similar attempts to mask great nationalist reformers like Babasaheb with Communist garb of class divisions or Congress' way of vote bank politics," the editorial said.

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