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to the party chief Amit Shah recently, has been removed from the post by the Sangh.
Velingkar had also announced his plans to float a new political outfit, ahead of the Assembly polls in the coastal state to take forward the cause of regional languages such as Konkani and Marathi as Medium of Instruction (MOI) and against the state government’s policy of supporting English medium schools. Being a Sangh leader he can’t do that,” RSS All India Prachar Pramukh Manmohan Vaidya told PTI on Wednesday.
The communication regarding removal of Velingkar as Goa Vibhag Sangh Chalak was received by him on Tuesday from the RSS headquarters in Nagpur. Vaidya said the decision on new organisational head for the coastal state is yet to be taken.
Velingkar is leading Bharatiya Bhasha Suraksha Manch (BBSM), a front which has been demonstrating across the state against the decision of the BJP-led government in the state to give grants to English medium Schools.
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