'Hindu Way' Will Resolve Hindu Muslim Conflict, Says RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat

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| October 4 , 2017 , 14:29 IST

In another shocking statement by the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat, the leader expressed his hope to find a 'Hindu' solution to the long-standing Hindu-Muslim conflict in India.

Citing late Rabindra Nath Tagore's views on Swadeshi Samaj, the RSS Chief on Tuesday said that the 'Sangh' believes in what he had said.

“We may have different ‘chitt’ (mind), but despite that, we can walk together. There will be differences in opinion, but for Bharat, we have to walk together. Bharat is our Dharma and we have to look forward to Ek Bharat,” said Bhagwat, speaking on the 150th Birth Anniversary Celebration of Sister Nivedita in Kolkata.

He read out Sister Nivedita’s idea of Nationalism saying, “The Muslim scholar was a former MP, and once he asked me why I opposed Sachar committee… He admitted that all of them were once Hindus ( a long time ago), adding that since they had a habit of singing bhajan (when they were Hindus) – they are now into Qawwali now."

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"I am not saying this. These are his (Muslim scholar) words. He had said that Sachar committee will help us understand our history through education and then the conflict will end forever. I told him that I am aware of these facts and Dr. Keshav Rao Hedgewar told me this in 1925. I further told him that the problem is that the people he represents are not aware of these facts. I told him that educate these people, and I will withdraw by opposition to Sachar Committee. I told him that we have digested so many things in the past, but in recent past, there was some indigestion (Hamara Hazma Kharab Ho Gaya Tha),” he said.

He also addressed the conflict on river Ganga saying, "Ganga remains Ganga despite so many rivers flowing into it. It will remain Ganga, and no one can change it."

-With Agency Feed