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'Implement EC directive on employees attending RSS shakhas in toto'
Friday November 1, 2013 7:18 PM, Staff Reporter

In a letter written to Chief Election Commissioner Friday All India Secular Forum demanded that its directive to the state government officials to identify government employees who attend RSS Shakhas should be done on priority basis and it should be ensured that they are kept away from poll duty.

"The government machinery should now ensure that CEC's directive is implemented in toto. The government employees associated with the RSS should be quickly identified and it should be ensured that no poll-related work is assigned to them", LS Herdenia, convener of the All India Secular Forum said in the written to the Chief Election Commissioner V.S. Sampath.

"Since this task of identification will be assigned to the state police there is every possibility that this task may not be carried out with hundred percent sincerely and honesty. Therefore we demand that Intelligence Bureau should also be associated in this work", he added.

All India Secular Forum was the first organization which demanded that the Govt. Employees and Officers who participate in the activities of the RSS should not be given any responsibility in connection with the forthcoming elections.

A memorandum containing such a demand was given to the Chief Electoral Officer of Madhya Pradesh. The memorandum was also sent to the Election commission.

The memorandum expressing the apprehension that RSS volunteers among government employees will not be fair and impartial in discharging their poll related duties and demanded that they be kept away from the poll process.

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