June 21st, 2016

FDI reforms: RSS-affiliate decries govt move

New Delhi, Jun 20 (PTI) An RSS-affiliate body today termed as "betrayal" of people's trust the Centre's decision to relax FDI norms in various sectors and criticised the move, which it said will spell a "death knell" for local businessmen.

June 8th

RSS-Affiliate Wants Government to Ban Gates Foundation in India

RSS-Affiliate Wants Government to Ban Gates Foundation in India

New Delhi: Swadeshi Jagran Manch (SJM), the economic wing of the RSS, on Monday raised their voice against 'The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation' for pushing 'corporate' agenda before the central government.

Free health sector from foreign influence, says RSS affiliate

CHANDIGARH: Taking strong objections to the presence of Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in the country’s health sector, RSS-affiliate Swadeshi Jagran Manch has demanded that the organisation’s influence should be stopped by the government, as it is allegedly “promoting the interest of foreign pharmaceutical firms in the name of philanthropy”.

The Manch has alleged that the foundation is influencing the government’s health policies, including the nation-wide immunisation programme, and many new vaccinations have been launched at its instance.

June 3rd

SJM criticises govt for withdrawing notification capping

New Delhi, Jun 1 (PTI) A RSS affiliate today criticised the government for withdrawing its notification capping the royalty for new genetically modified (GM) traits and alleged that it had "succumbed" to industry pressures. The Swadeshi Jagran Manch (SJM), a body affiliated to the RSS, BJPs ideological mentor, said it had welcomed the notification capping the royalty payment to corporates and allowing allowing domestic production of GM crop seeds, noting that they cannot be allowed to exploit farmers under the cover of complexities of the issue.

March 29th

How Monsanto found an able adversary in the Sangh parivaar

The Bharatiya Kisan Sangh (BKS) — an affiliate of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), the ideological fount of the Modi government — which lobbied hard and helped skewer agribusiness multinational Monsanto with a price control regimen recently on genetically modified (Bt) cotton seeds is girding up for a long battle ahead.

The move riled Monsanto to an extent that it issued a dire warning: a re-think on its position in India. ET reached out to Monsanto for an engagement on this issue last week but the company says it's not planning any interaction just yet.

March 19th

Ensure Monsanto doesn't leave India without compensating: Swadeshi Jagran Manch to government

NEW DELHI: In the backdrop of liquor baron Vijay Mallya leaving India without paying debts, an RSS affiliate today asked the government to ensure seeds company Monsanto does not quit the country without compensating farmers who "suffered" due to the firm's "wrong acts".

Swadeshi Jagran Manch claimed Monsanto was "trying to blackmail the Indian government by threatening to quit India after "constantly violating Indian laws" and collecting more than Rs 6,000 crore from poor farmers across the country.

February 29th

Union Budget 2016


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February 25th

Railway Budget 2016

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मुंबई के लिए दो एलिवेटेड ट्रेन का एलान
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February 5th

Farmers, citizens’ groups, rally against GM mustard

NEW DELHI: A number of farmer associations and citizen groups, including the RSS-linked 'Swadeshi Jagaran Manch' (SJM), on Wednesday demanded that the scheduled meeting of the Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC) on Friday be called off.

The groups fear that the central regulator on transgenic crops may take a call in favour of the commercial release of GM mustard during the meeting. Over 8,000 citizens from across the country have also signed a petition against the move.

January 4th

Make way for automatic compulsory licencing in pharma: RSS

New Delhi: Lauding India's tough stand on the patents issue, RSS affiliate Swadeshi Jagran Manch (SJM) today asked the government not to give in to US pressure and urged it to make provisions for liberal and automatic compulsory licencing of pharma products.

Noting that India is known as the 'Pharmacy of the World' for providing cheap medicines for those affected by blood cancer, HIV-AIDS and other serious diseases, SJM said it should frame policies responsibly.