Nagpur: RSS ideologue and former official spokesperson M G Vaidya has dismissed the claim of former Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh’s Pracharak Narendra Sehgal in his book that revolutionary Rajguru was a Sangh’s Swayamsewak. This has become a hot topic of discussion now.
Talking to the media persons on Monday, M G Vaidya said, he has neither information that Rajguru was a Sangh’s Swayamsewak nor is it public. There is no mention of it in the autobiography of Dr Keshav Hedgewar. No doubt, Hedgewar was closely connected with the revolutionary when he was in Kolkatta for a long time, as the town being the main centre of revolutionaries, he said. If at all Martyr Rajguru had come to Nagpur during this period and so Dr Hedgewar must have made the arrangements of his stay from the point of safety, Vaidya opined.
Former Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh’s Pracharak Narendra Sehgal in his book ‘Bharatvarsha Ki Sarvangin Swatantrata’ has claimed Rajaguru was not only a Swayamsewak but he was a Swayamsewak of Mohite Wada situated in Sangh Headquarter. After the statement made by M G Vaidya, questions are being raised over Sehgal’s claim.