'All Hindus should unite,' says Mohan Bhagwat
On the occasion of 25th Swayamsevak Samagam, called 'Rashtryoday', RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said all Hindus should unite and works towards development of the country. Bhagwat emphasised that Hindus always celebrated diversity.
Bhagwat told a gathering of RSS workers in Meerut, "Say with pride that you are a Hindu. As Hindus, we have to unite because the responsibility of this country is upon us. From ancient time it is our home. We have nowhere else to go in this world. If anything wrong happens with this country, we will be responsible."
"We have to understand that all Hindus, irrespective of different ways of worship and way of life, are brothers... The entire society has to admire the ideology of the RSS," he said.
The RSS chief added that Hindus must not forget their own strengths. "People recognise the good in you only when you are strong. Even Gods don't honour the weak. Those who recognise their own strengths will not prosper. Lord Hanuman had forgotten his own strength in the Ramayana but had to be reminded of it,"
"The roadblock to being united is that we are fighting on the lines of caste. We have to say that all Hindus are brothers irrespective of their community. Those who believe in Bharat Mata, her culture, and are progeny of India's forefathers are Hindus. There are Hindus is this country who do not know they are Hindus," he said.