The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) on Thursday said they expected Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde to 'apologise' for his 'Hindu terror' remarks and not 'merely' regret his act.
"Shinde Jaipur comments were derogatory n defamatory. He merely regretted. He shud hv apologised. Also shud hv condemned Pak terrorists," RSS spokesperson Ram Madhav tweeted.
"Poured venom on india using his utterances. Also now, what wl d Congi leaders like Digvijay n Mani Aiyer say? Wl they also regret?" he said.
"Can we expect d hon´ Home Secretary 2 again defend his boss as he did after Jaipur and state dat his statement was also not based on facts?" Madhav posted on micro-blogging site Twitter.
Madhav made the comments a day after Shinde on Wednesday expressed his "regret" for his "Hindu terror" remarks made last month.
In a statement released on Wednesday evening, the Home Minister said that he regretted that his comments at a Congress conclave in Jaipur last month had "created controversy" and "misunderstanding".