Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh Sarsanghchalak Mohan Bhagwat has stressed the need for unity among Hindus and said that there is no scope for casteism in Hindu society.
Office bearers of 36 organisations working in different aspects of social life in conjunction with RSS were holding discussions on various aspects of their organisational work.
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This prompted a sharp response from SP chief Akhilesh Yadav who accused the BJP and the Congress of driving political mileage out of a social event.
Union Minister Arjun Meghwal had sought Bhagwat's blessings on his birthday.
Bhagwat called upon the believers of the Hindu faith to work for Hinduism selflessly as “any unity does not sustain for many days if it is based on vested interests,” he said.
The foundation alleged the Arunachal government would carry out the exercise for these two communities from December 11 with the ultimate aim to drive them out of the state.
Mohan Bhagwat’s linking of the creation of Pakistan with the weakening of Hindus, came just two days after he, during a book launch event in Noida (UP) targeted those, who talk about dividing India.
According to an FIR lodged with the police after Singh's complaint, it was alleged that the agency's owner had been using pictures of Bhagwat in its hoardings for advertisement.
The RSS will adopt a resolution against the violence against Hindus in Bangladesh, besides chalking out the organisational expansion plan.
The RSS, the BJP’s ideological parent, has been persistently working behind the scenes to help the party win elections since 2014 by overcoming caste-based polarisation in UP.
Article 370 also came in the way of taking action against terrorists but now nobody fears terrorists, he added.
A day after RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat’s annual Dussehra address in Nagpur, Congress termed the outfit an unregistered cultural organisation.
Bhagwat argued that the population percentage of religions of Indian origin has been consistently declining as against a rising Muslim head count.
'The wealth of Hindu temples is used for non-Hindus - who have no faith in Hindu Gods. Even Hindus need it, but it is not used for them,' Bhagwat said.