Source: Agence France Presse, November 12, 2000
NEW DELHI, INDIA: "Some 30,000 RSS activists will establish contact with 2.5 million families in New Delhi" in the month-long drive, said Satyanarayan Bansal, chief of the RSS Delhi chapter. "We will tell the minorities (Muslims and Christians) that we are not enemies. We are friends. We want to live together. We are not aggressive Hindus. We are only assertive Hindus," he said. The campaign is part of events surrounding the 75th anniversary of the RSS or National Volunteer Corps, India's largest religious organization with several million members.