Kolkata, Jan 24 (ANI): Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat has voiced his anguish over Pakistan and China for deceiving mutual faith.
Addressing a gathering of RSS here, Bhagwat criticised Pakistan for its hostile attitude towards India despite the government's supportive and friendly approach to its neighbour.
Bhagwat said, "Attacks like 26/11 happened on India, Pakistan struck our Parliament, then also India did not say anything, what have we got out of it."
"I read it somewhere that ministers from Pakistan are saying that they cannot guarantee no other terror attack on India," added Bhagwat.
Bhagwat further said India should teach a lesson to Pakistan and take strong steps against China while highlighting the problem of infiltration from Bangladesh.
Bhagwat expressed apprehensions about China and suggested all efforts should be made to stop China usurping the Indian territory.
The RSS chief accused China of betraying India in the name of friendship, usurping the northeastern land seeking influence in the Indian territories.
Bhagwat also spoke against acquisition of land for industry and farmers getting dependent on genetically modified seeds. (ANI)