RSS Chief’s says –
‘Hindustani First, Hindusthan First’
RSS chief Mohan Bhagavath’s key remarks on Hindu – Muslim Unity
Rashtriya SwayamSevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat reiterated that their organisation keeps on doing its work to strengthen the nation and for the welfare of all the people in the society. Addressing an event organised by the ‘Muslim Rastriya Manch’ on the theme ‘Hindustani First, Hindusthan First.’ He said citing muslims that don’t get trapped in the circle of fear that Islam is in danger in India, and people can’t be differentiated based on their religious beliefs and how they worship.
Mr. Bhagavat also said that the DNA of all Indians is the same irrespective of religion. He emphasized in another event that there is no need to unite Hindus and Muslims in the country as they are living together and in unity already. We all came from our ancestors from 40,000 years now, we are all one and belongs to the same DNA.
“If a Hindu says that no Muslim should live in India then the person is not at all Hindu”, Bhagavath said. “The cow is a holy animal but people who are lynching others are going against Hindutva, and law should take its own course against such persons, he stated. Mr. Bhagavat stated that the development is not possible without unity among people in the country.