RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat says that Hindutva has united India

RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat says that Hindutva has united India
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Guwahati: On Sunday, the RSS has held one of its largest congregations at the Khanapara Veterinary College field. The event was attended by 50,000 people.

According to the news reported in the Times of India, in the event, the RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat had said that “Mohenjodaro and Harappa civilizations are now in Pakistan. They are part of Bharat, which Pakistan does not want to acknowledge. Pakistan is a separate country because it did not want to accept Hindutva.” He further said that India had stopped considering Pakistan as an enemy but Pakistan’s approach has been different and it failed to consider the same.

Mohan Bhagwat also told that “Why is Bangladesh a separate country even though its people speak Bangla? It is because the country does not want to associate with Hindutva.” According to Bhagwat, it is Hindutva that has “united India despite diversity of language, religion, lifestyle and custom”. He added, “Hindutva accepts diversity, not divisions. That is why India is a Hindu rashtra.”

He further added that “the essence of India is Hindutva”. He added, “India needs to be strong not to capture new lands, but to win the hearts of people.”

The meeting was attended by Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal other ministers of the state and also tribal kings.