Hyderabad: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat said on Wednesday that the Sangh considers India’s 130 crore population as Hindu society, whatever their religion and culture. He said that looking beyond religion and culture, those who have a nationalist sentiment and respect India’s culture and its heritage are Hindu and the RSS considers 130 crore people of the country to be Hindus. He said that the entire society is ours and the aim of the Sangh is to build an organized society.
Bhagwat said, “The son of Mother India, whatever language he speaks, whether he is from any region, worships in any form or does not believe in any form of worship, is a Hindu … In this regard, all 130 crore people of India are Hindu society for the Sangh. ”He said that the RSS accepts everyone, thinks well about them and wants to take them to a higher level of betterment. Bhagwat was addressing a public meeting here under the three-day ‘Vijay Sankalp Camp’ of RSS volunteers from Telangana.
He said, “A famous saying is unity in diversity. But our country is one step ahead of that. Not just unity in diversity but diversity of unity. “Bhagwat said,” We are not looking for unity in diversity. We are looking for such unity from which diversity comes and there are different ways to achieve unity. ”He said that the country is Hindutva by tradition. Bhagwat said that eminent freedom fighter Rabindranath Tagore wrote in ‘Swadeshi Samaj’ that Hindu society is able to find a way to unite the country even after some inherent contradictions between Hindu and Muslim communities. ‘