Srinagar, Oct.6 (ANI): National Conference chief Farooq Abdullah on Tuesday alleged that the thinking of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has killed secularism in India and said that the Constitution of India doesn’t give rights to attack any religion.
“It is extremely unfortunate that secularism has been killed in India. The Constitution of India doesn’t give rights to anyone to attack any religion, that is why all the communities live in peace and harmony but hatred has increased in India due to RSS thinking,” Abdullah said.
He also said that the government has to decide whether they want a peaceful India or unrest in the nation. (ANI)