RSS on sunday said India's response to the acts of aggression is "grossly inadequate" along the Indo-China border and asked Government to take immediate steps to strengthen the frontiers.
"It is necessary to enhance response capability of our forces on the Indo-China border in the face of huge military build up by China on the other side," Sangh General Secretary, Suresh Joshi told reporters at the end of the three-day national executive meet of the RSS in Rajgir (Bihar).
"The Chinese have deployed three Es -- engagement, encirclement and encouragement of our enemies -- as their tactical weapons to harass India," said a resolution unanimously adopted at the meet.
"They have also developed Coco Islands Listening Post in South Myanmar into a full-fledged military base and are building a commercial port in Sri Lanka while the Gwadar military port in the Sindh province of Pakistan built by them is ready for operations," it said.
"Our government should tell its counterparts in China that they must vacate the land annexed in the western sector and make no claims over the remaining sectors. It should also be asked to honour the McMahon Line," he said.
Joshi said China had succeeded in raking up Arunachal Pradesh issue in the Asian development Bank (ADB) with a view to scuttle the efforts to secure loans for developmental activity in that state.
It also unsuccessfully tried to prevent the Nuclear Supplier Group countries from lifting sanctions against India, he said.
The executive meeting also voiced its opposition to appeasement of minorities in any form in the country.
RSS, Joshi said, was opposed to Bihar's NDA government move to open a branch of the Aligarh Muslim University in Kishanganj. "We consider it as a step towards appeasement of minorities." PTI