RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat has said many things about Muslims, Islam and the LGBT community. Bhagwat has said that there is no threat to Islam in the country, but it will have to leave the feeling of 'we are big'.
New Delhi: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat has said many things about Muslims, Islam and the LGBT community, which are now in the news. Bhagwat said that Hinduism is our identity, nationality and tendency to consider everyone as one's own and take along and Islam is not a threat in the country, but it will have to leave the feeling of 'we are big'. Apart from this, Bhagwat also supported the LGBT community. Bhagwat said these things in the interview given to 'Organizer' and 'Panchjanya'.
What did Bhagwat say on the LGBT community?
Bhagwat supported the LGBT community, saying their privacy should be respected and the Sangh would encourage the idea. He said that people with such inclinations were always there, ever since human beings existed. It is organic, a way of life. We want him to have the right to his privacy and feel that he is also a part of this society. It is a simple matter.
Talking about the third gender, he said that they (transgenders) are not the problem. They have their own cult, they have their own gods and goddesses. Now they have Mahamandaleshwar. He said that Sangh has no different view, Hindu tradition has considered these things.
What did Bhagwat say on Muslims and Islam?
Bhagwat said, 'Hindu is our identity, nationality and tendency to consider everyone as our own and take them along. May India always remain India, it is a simple matter. There is no harm to the Muslims who are in India today because of this. They are Want to stay, stay Want to return to the ancestor, come. is on his mind. He said, 'There is no threat to Islam, but we are big, we were kings once, we have become kings again, this has to be left.' Bhagwat also said, 'Even if there is a Hindu who thinks like this, he will also have to give up this attitude. He is a communist, he will also have to leave.