Muslims who migrated to Pakistan have no respect there, ancestors of all Indians same: Mohan Bhagwat


New Delhi [India], October 13 (ANI): Observing that all Indians have common ancestors, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Tuesday said that Muslims who migrated to Pakistan have “no respect there” and India has a liberal culture. .

At the launch of the book ‘Veer Savarkar: The Man Who Can Prevent Partition’, the RSS chief said that the person who belongs to India will always be like this.

This book has been written by Uday Mahurkar and Chirayu Pandit.

“After partition, Muslims who migrated to Pakistan have no respect there. India has a liberal culture. It is our cultural heritage. This culture binds us together. It is the culture of Hinduism. Savarkar wrote how The saffron flag was the green flag of the Hindu king and the Nawab standing together against the British rule,” he said.

Referring to Savarkar, the Sangh chief said that “Hindu nationalism” is about unity, even though there are different religious practices in the country.

Bhagwat said, “Savarkarji had said that the British understood that they could rule India only by creating partition. So he worked towards increasing fundamentalism. After returning from Andaman, Savarkarji wrote in his book That Hindu nationalism is about unity despite different religious practices.”

The Sangh chief said that the British knew that “they would have to divide and rule to survive and plunder the country” and Savarkar experienced this strategy of the British in the Andaman jails.

“Sir Syed Ahmed Khan said that he is the son of Mother India (in Lahore). His only form of worship was Islam. This was the nature of Bharat. There was a wave of fundamentalism in India earlier also. And there was Akbar, there was also Aurangzeb who turned the narrative upside down. Names like Dara Shikoh, Hakim Khan Sur, Hasan Khan Mewati, Ibrahim Khan Gardi, Ashfaqullah Khan, and others are to be remembered,” Bhagwat said.

“I recently visited Jammu and Kashmir and came to know that an initiative is being taken to rename schools on these great revolutionaries who believe in ‘Bharat’. This is a welcome move. Pooja There may be differences in our methods but our ancestors are the same. We cannot change the motherland.”

Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh also spoke on this occasion. Union Ministers Purushottam Rupala, General VK Singh (Retd.), SPS Baghel and Arjun Ram Meghwal were also present in the program. (ANI)


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