In media whenever these RSS and affiliated groups are accused of terrorism there is no mention "reactionary nature of these groups". It is projected as if these groups are inherently bad and terrorizing.
Hope Rahul Gandhi is smart enough to understand that if it is true that some RSS and its affiliates have taken to this route, then fodder to this is inaction of GoI in face of extremist threat from Islamist across and within our borders who dream of establishing Islamic Caliphate across India. They think of India as a Muslim property snatched by British and given to Hindus post independence.
Now what supplies fodder to Islamist across borders, within our borders, in fact Islamists anywhere and at any time post 7th century AD is a "radical & political narrative within Islam" to quote Blair.
As long as this narrative exists or at least stays relevant to Muslim psyche and thought there will be growing threat from Islamists first to all non-muslims and second to care free muslims [who mainly refer to Islam for simple religious support and ignore other elements of its narrative.]
The radicalism within RSS and its affiliates will exist/grow as long as those who are constitutionally in charge of protecting & promoting national security, Indic civilization ethos continue to [may I add deliberately] neglect their duty.
Non-muslims have been driven out of Kashmir, now what, we should be driven out of rest of India as well.
And the last point: If another country besides India would have faced such onslaught from Islamist for more than a millenium, this religion would have honestly been banned there. It is to credit of large hearted nature of Indics that it continues to flourish and be respected in this country. US embassy cables: Ambassador warned that radical Hindu groups may pose bigger threat than LeT in India
5. (C) Responding to the Ambassador's query about Lashkar-e-Taiba's activities in the region and immediate threat to India, Gandhi said there was evidence of some support for the group among certain elements in India's indigenous Muslim community. However, Gandhi warned, the bigger threat may be the growth of radicalized Hindu groups, which create religious tensions and political confrontations with the Muslim community. (Comment: Gandhi was referring to the tensions created by some of the more polarizing figures in the BJP such as Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi.) The risk of a "home-grown" extremist front, reacting to terror attacks coming from Pakistan or from Islamist groups in India, was a growing concern and one that demanded constant attention.