In the “Rashtrodaya” programme of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) its chief Sar Sanghchalak Dr Mohan Bhagwat made enlightening speech to the massive gathering of Swayamsevaks appealing them to unite the society.
While addressing the masses on Sunday evening here at Jagriti Vihar, Bhagwat emphasised on the unity of Hindus. He was addressing the Swayamsevaks who came from far flung areas of 14 districts of western UP in the organisations’s ‘Rashtrodaya’ programme of Meerut Prant here.
The programme started in the morning and continued till evening. Swayamsevaks had come by bus, train and own transport from different parts. Elaborate arrangements were made by the organisers for this programme. Special camps were made at bus stands and railway station for the Swayamsevaks.
Enthusiastic Swayamsevaks were waiting to hear their chief who addressed them in the evening.
In his address Bhagwat lauded the work of the RSS and said “we admire diversity in unity and gave the ideology of ‘ Vasudhaiv Kutumbkam’ to the entire world.
The entire world is now looking towards India for peace. They have materialistic pleasures which were being enjoyed for thousands of years.
Their society is struggling with violence and pain”. He claimed that India is the only country where ancestors always insisted on accepting people of different sects to maintain a balance in the society.
The RSS chief said, “All of us should feel proud to be Hindus. We have to understand that all Hindus, irrespective of their different ways of worship and habits, are brothers and we have to work to unite all of them.”
He averred and asserted that entire society should admire ideology of the RSS.
“A society divided on the lines of castes and religion is not good and violence is the biggest obstacle to achieve unity,” he said adding that there are forces who try to take advantage of this situation.
Outlining rich tradition and culture of the country the RSS chief said that many people worship king like Rama and said even Gods don’t honour weak, that is why goats are sacrificed and animals like tiger, horses and elephants are not. “Hindu religion teaches that strong should support weak ,” he said.