Mumbai: Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut today said his gathering is prepared to hold hands with removed RSS Goa leader Subhash Velingkar in the event that he dispatches a political gathering to challenge the Goa Assembly surveys planned right on time one year from now. Senas backing to Velingkar over his stand on the dialect issue was not for any political reasons but rather to save the “social personality”, he told columnists here today.
“We bolster the stand taken by Velingkar on the issue of keeping up the age-old society of a specific area. On the off chance that similar individuals meet up for the cause, it would turn out to be hugely valuable for the general population of Goa,” Raut said. Raut, who has been made accountable for the Goa unit of Sena, had a marathon meeting with Velingkar in the state yesterday.
“On the off chance that Velingkar skims another political outfit, we are prepared to make two strides and partner with his gathering… Velingkar ought to approach and lead the cooperation of both the gatherings,” he said. “This is not an issue of governmental issues, but rather of sparing our social personality,” the Rajya Sabha MP said.
Velingkar had reported his arrangements to glide another political outfit, in front of the Assembly surveys in the beach front state to take forward the reason for local dialects, for example, Konkani and Marathi as Medium of Instruction (MOI) and against the state governments strategy of supporting English medium schools. Velingkar, a RSS veteran in Goa, was given the walking orders on August 31 after Bharatiya Bhasha Suraksha Manch (BBSM), of which he is a convener, communicated its goal to challenge the 2017 Assembly races against BJP.
While sacking Velingkar, RSS had expressed that it was “alleviating” him of his obligations in light of the fact that “a Sangh leader attempting to go into any political movement” was against the ethos of the saffron wellspring head.