Bhopal: Apprehensive over internal and external security of the country, the Rashtriya Swamsevak Sangh (RSS) has cautioned the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) ruled state governments to take precaution in having trade relations with China.

The RSS especially cautioned Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan who recently has been to China and was so impressed with the industrial revolution there that he invited Chinese companies for investments in the state.

Addressing media persons in a press conference here on Wednesday, the member of Akhil Bharatiya Karyakari Mandal (ABKM) of the RSS and Malwa Prant’s Karyavah, Ashok Sohani said “In the ABKM meeting at Gorakhpur between October 14 and 16, we have passed a resolution keeping in mind the national security threat and the same is being sent to all the BJP ruling states.”

“A concrete and effective strategy is essentially required to deal with the constant security threat from the neighbouring nations,” he added.

Replying to a question on the Gandhian Anna Hazare’s approach towards the Sangh, he said, “He is being influenced by the cheap political gimmicks therefore making anti- Sangh remarks. It is really a cause of concern that Anna’s remarks would weaken his crusade against corruption.”

In a question about former Sangh Pracharak Suryakant Kelkar, Sohani said, “Kelkar is working in his individual capacity. He is no more related with the Sangh.”

It may be noted that Suryakant Kelkar has been Sangh Pracharak for the past 40 years and two years back he announced retirement from the RSS after completing sixty years of his age.

JPN/Bureau