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Outlook Cover Story On RSS Trafficking Goes Viral

Outlook Cover Story On RSS Trafficking Goes Viral
Outlook Cover Story On RSS Trafficking Goes Viral
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1970-01-01T05:30:00+05:30

Many readers expressed shock and indignation over the Hinduisation of trafficked tribal girls from Assam by RSS affiliates as reported exclusively in the latest Outlook issue. The story went viral on Twitter and Facebook after it was broken.

The cover story was on the Rashtra Sevika Samiti and other outfits affiliated to the RSS which pick up girls as young as 4 and indoctrinate them into their version of Hindutva Hinduism.

The parents of the girls, who are very poor, have not spoken to their children for a year and don’t have any chance of speaking to them over the next 2 or 3 years, according to the woman RSS worker who took the girls.

Here are tweets in reaction to the story:

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