Nagpur: After being forced out of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Sanjay Joshi on Monday attended a meeting of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh in Nagpur on Monday.
When the media approached him with questions, he said "I will talk to you tomorrow".
Joshi was at the concluding function of RSS' annual training camp at their headquarter at Reshimbagh.
At the function, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat accused successive governments at the Centre of failing to reclaim Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) in the last 66 years.
"It is a complete failure on our part that we could not regain the part of Kashmir occupied by Pakistan. Parliament even passed a unanimous resolution 18 years ago that PoK is an integral part of India but successive governments have failed miserably to do anything about it", Bhagwat said.
Bhagwat, who spoke on a wide range of issues, was critical of government-appointed interlocutors' report on Kashmir, alleging they did not take into account the views of Kashmiri Pandits.
"Kashmir has no dual character. It was an integral part of India and the Article 370 of the Constitution (which provides special status to the state), was an "unjust" arrangement, the RSS leader maintained.
Bhagwat, referring to the anti-graft movement launched by Anna Hazare and yoga guru Ramdev, cautioned corruption cannot be eradicated by such movements alone. "We have to bring a change in our lifestyle."
Attacking West Bengal government, Bhagwat alleged it was indulging in appeasement of minorities.
Talking about the economic situation, he called for devising a new way to measure GDP. In this context, he cited the example of then French President Nicolas Sarkozy, who set up a panel, in which Indian Nobel prize-winning economist Amartya Sen was a member, to suggest a new way to measure growth so as to include quality-of-life factors.