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Panchjanya stands for ‘dharma yudh’, says key RSS neta after Infosys row

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Panchjanya stands for ‘dharma yudh’, says key RSS neta after Infosys row
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Panchjanya stands for ‘dharma yudh’, says key RSS neta after Infosys row
Panchjanya stands for ‘dharma yudh’, says key RSS neta after Infosys row

NEW DELHI: A day after RSS national media head Sunil Ambekar distanced from the Panchjanya story making allegations against Infosys, senior Sangh member Manmohan Vaidya said the magazine stands for “dharma yudh”, which is being seen as a clean chit to the slapping of charges. Vaidya also said the magazine will have to target people, who might be right but are on the wrong side, which, he argued, is the spirit of dharma yudha.
“Panchjanya stands for dharma yudh, which has two sides. You can have good people on the wrong side, and you will have to strike your arrows at them too,” he said. Vaidya cited the example of Arjuna in Mahabharata, who fought against Bhisma after saluting him with the arrow before waging war against him.
The endorsement to the Panchjanya team by a senior Sangh member is being seen by many as not coincidental but a message that the saffron fountain-head strongly stands with the magazine and its editorial policies. The prompt response from the RSS distancing itself from the Panchajanya weekly report was seen in context with the “bipartisan” image of the IT major’s founder Narayana Murthy.
The Panchjanya made serious allegations against Infosys saying the company might be deliberately trying to destabilise the Indian economy and accused it of helping ‘Naxals, leftists and tukde-tukde gang’.
Ambekar told TOI that the magazines published by Bharat Prakashan — Organiser and Panchajanya — are headed by RSS swayamsevaks but it doesn’t mean that anything they write is the RSS viewpoint.

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