RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said today that “Hindutva” means inclusivity and accepting Muslims is a part of it. “Hindu Rashtra doesn’t mean there’s no place for Muslims. If we don’t accept Muslims, it’s not Hindutva. Hindutva is Indianness and inclusivity,” he said, speaking at a three-day conclave.
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Mohan Bhagwat also tackled Rahul Gandhi’s recent comparison of the RSS with the Muslim Brotherhood. “The Sangh talks of a global brotherhood. This brotherhood envisages unity in diversity. This is the tradition of Hindutva. That’s why we call it a Hindu Rashtra,” he said, without referring to the Congress president.
The programme, titled “Future of Bharat: An RSS Perspective”, is slated to be attended by dignitaries including religious leaders, film stars, sportspersons, industrialists and envoys from different countries.
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Mohan Bhagwat says RSS doesn’t ‘remote control’ workers
“We do not remote control (our workers). Our only concern is that they do not commit mistakes. Our ‘Samanvay Baithak’ is held just to remind them of their values that they need to adhere to while working in your area,” RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said on Monday.
‘Vision of Hindutva not meant to oppose anyone’
Mohan Bhagwat said that RSS’ vision of Hindutva not meant to oppose anyone.
‘Need leader who can bring in social change’
Mohan Bhagwat also said that a leader who can bring in social change is the need of the hour.
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“Uniting Hindus is RSS’ objective”
RSS was formed to unite Hindu society, says Mohan Bhagwat. He further that organisation of society has been behind any major transformation.