India should do conditional trade with China: RSS leader - Times Of India ALLAHABAD: Raising concern over number of religious conversions in the country, Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) leader Indresh said they will oppose such moves. He was addressing Sangh cadres here on Thursday. Stating that the problem of conversions has arisen due to lack of leadership and faulty policies in the country, he said it is time for nationalist persons to come forward and give a new direction in taking the country on the course to development. Citing the example of China, he said that it's economy thrives on the trade with India which is estimated at around 68% and added that if every Indian stops using Chinese goods, the economy of China would come crashing down. He urged the Central government to hold conditional trade with China in return asking latter to hand over Kailash Mansarovar and Tibet to India. Others present in the meeting included BJP leader NKS Gaur, RSS member Vishwanath Prasad Nigam, BJP leader Shail Tanya Srivastava, Manoj Pandey, Acharya Shantanu, VHP leader Pawan Srivastava and Nagendra Jaiswal.