Indians will be more united if the work to unite Hindus continued – Mohan Bhagwat

webcam_2258-ch0_350_102412030014BHARUCH: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) sarsanghchalak Mohan Bhagwat said by 2025 ‘Bharatiya samaj’ will be more united if the work to unite Hindus continued in the same pace.

He said, “Unity among Hindus in India is a solution to all the internal and external problems that the country faced. In whichever country the Hindus had gone, they have only brought peace and prosperity to that land. On the other hand, those who chose to separate from Mother India live a tormented life. The situation in Pakistan, Tibet, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Nepal is all too well-known to us. For their betterment, people of these countries need to come closer to India.”

He was speaking before inaugurating a newly-constructed hostel building of Madhav Vidhyapith run by Vidhya Bharti at Kakadkui village in Netrang taluka of Bharuch district on Sunday. Bhagwat said this to a group of people from Bharuch and Surat, who met him to share their views a Common Civil Code, abrogation of Article 370 of the Constitution and prevailing situation in Northeast.

The RSS sarsanghchalak is on a two-day visit to Narmada and Bharuch districts. He also attended a programme in the memory of Late Swami Vasudevanandji at Garudeshwar in Narmada district.

Source: Times of India