Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) sanghchalak Mohan Bhagwat said on Wednesday that so-called minorities are created without any reason to fear that they are under threat from the Sangh or from Hindus.
New Delhi: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Sarsanghchalak Mohan Bhagwat on Wednesday said that so-called minorities are being created without any reason to fear that they are under threat from the Sangh or from Hindus. But this has neither been the nature or history of the Hindus nor of the Sangh. Bhagwat insisted that no one has ever been threatened by us or organized Hindus and never will. The Sarsanghchalak, while addressing the program organized on the Vijay Dashami festival at the headquarters of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, said, "The Sangh stands firmly in favour of mutual brotherhood, fraternity and peace."
Incidents like Udaipur should not happen
Talking about inequality, Bhagwat said that unless temples, reservoirs and cremation grounds are open to all Hindus, the talk of equality cannot be fulfilled. Referring to incidents of killing of a tailor and a drug dealer in Udaipur and Amravati for supporting a suspended BJP spokesperson, he said such incidents should not be repeated. He said that recently a very heinous and heart-wrenching incident took place in Udaipur, due to which the whole society was shocked.
Everyone should protest within the ambit of the law
Bhagwat said, "Most of the society was sad and angry, it has to be ensured that such incidents do not recur as the whole society is not at the root of such incidents." Expresses vehemently protest and prohibition in case of allegations against Hindus. The Sangh chief said that everyone should always express their opposition by staying within the dignity of the law and the constitution. He said, "Societies are united - not dismantled, not quarrelling, not scattered. Keeping this feeling in mind through word-word-deed, all the gentlemen of the society should be vocal.
The concept of 'Hindu Rashtra' is also being taken seriously
Bhagwat said that the Sangh works for the all-around progress of the Hindu nation by preserving the Hindu religion, culture and society, that is, organizing the Hindu society for all who believe in the idea of the nation. He said that now that the Sangh is getting the trust and love of the people and is getting stronger, the concept of 'Hindu Rashtra' is also being taken seriously. He said, "But there are people who use other words opposing the word Hindu, but we have no objection to them. We will continue to insist on the word Hindu for us for the sake of clarity of intent.
He said that without any reasonable fear is created among the so-called minorities that are under threat from us or from organized Hindus. He said, “It has never happened, nor will it happen. It is neither Hindu nor Sangh's nature or history.