Muslim Rashtriya Manch
Muslim Rashtriya Manch is a platform for Muslims formed in 2002 at the initiative of then RSS sarsangchalak K.S. Sudarshan. According to MRM national convener Mohammad Afzal, the organisation’s membership is around 10,00,000 and covers over 300 districts in 26 States. He said the organisation faced resistance in its initial days and post Godhra riots it battled for existence. MRM members insist the minority community's suspicions of the RSS are misplaced.
In Nov, 2009 The Muslim Rashtriya Manch opposed the Jamait-e-Ulema-e-Hind for passing a resolution, which described Vande Mataram as un-Islamic. In Aug 2008 they started a "paigam-e-Aman yatra" (journey for message of peace) from the Red Fort in Delhi. They wanted to carry the message of Hindu-Muslim brotherhood and harmony.
- Marg Darshak - Shri Indresh Kumar.
- National convenors - Shri Mohammad Afzal.
- National convenor (Organising) - Shri Girish Juyal.
- National Convener (Publication) - Shri Shiraz Quraishi.
- National Convener (Student) - Shri Irfan Choudhary.
- National members - Madhu Sharma, Saroj Khan.
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