New Delhi: Considering the present political scenario of the country and the accusations of breeding ‘Hindu terrorists’ by the Congress, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) will soon conduct its review meeting with Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) and other associate organizations to chalk out its future course of action to scuttle the charges of sponsoring ‘saffron terror’.

The review meeting will be organised in Ujjain next month.

In this meeting, the agenda proposed to the BJP by RSS will be reviewed. It is expected that the meeting will include discussion on various political issues, coordination with BJP and key responsibilities handled by the major leaders of RSS. Important decision taken in the last meeting of RSS in Assam will also be talked about.

The review meeting will also brainstorm on its relationship with the BJP. With the election of Nitin Gadkari as BJP president, there have been drastic changes in the relationship between BJP and RSS. Though RSS supreme Mohan Bhagwat and Gadkari share an innate relationship, the bond between BJP and RSS has lost steam.

Presently, RSS joint general secretary Suresh Soni coordinates with the BJP on political matters. According to the sources, it is expected that with the reshuffling of duties, Soni could be relieved of his duties.