Opposition to Sangh had grown almost
in proportion to its spread. The Government of Central Provinces promulgated an order
banning the participation of the Government servants in Sangh programs. In 1933, it
further suggested that the administrations of the local self- government institutions
should also pass such orders forbidding their employees from participating in the
activities of the R.S.S.
Under such trying circumstances, Doctorji went on cogently putting forth the policy of
the Sangh before all: "Sangh is away from politics. Our organization is not against
anybody. Without animosity to any one, the Sangh is striving to make the Hindu society
strong and efficient. In the name of the Almighty, we are engaged in this work."
'Kesari' of Pune and other newspapers from Nagpur wrote strong articles in support of
the stand taken by Doctorji. People belonging to various parties and sections of society
protested against the vindictive attitude of the Government. Public meetings were also
held at several places. Hot discussions took place in the Assembly Council of Nagpur about
the said Notification. Even members of Muslim, Parsi and Christian communities took the
Government to task on this issue. Finally it was put to vote. A resolution condemning this
decision of the Government was passed by a majority Consequently the Government itself
collapsed, thereby indicating the collapse of haughty opposition to the Sangh.