There is a campaign to defame Savarkar, the next number is of Vivekananda: Bhagwat
In the book release program on Savarkar, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat said many things related to him. The Sangh chief said that since independence, there has been a campaign to defame Veer Savarkar. In today’s time there is really lack of correct information about Veer Savarkar.
In his address, Mohan Bhagwat said that the Sangh and Veer Savarkar are being commented on, but in the coming times, the numbers of Vivekananda, Dayanand and Swami Aurobindo will come.
He said that those whose shops are closed by connecting India do not like them. Such a uniting idea is considered a religion, but it is a connecting religion and not a divisive one on the basis of rituals. This is called the unity of humanity or the whole world. Veer Savarkar called this Hindutva.
After so many years, now when we look at the situation, it comes to mind that there was a need to speak loudly then, if everyone spoke, there might not have been a division. Hindutva of Veer Savarkar, Hindutva of Vivekananda has become a fashion to say that Hindutva is one, it already exists and will remain so till the end.
Mohan Bhagwat said that Syed Ahmed is called the father of Muslim discontent. In history, there was Dara Shikoh, Akbar, but there was also Aurangzeb who turned the wheel upside down. Ashfaq Ullah Khan had said that after death I will take the next birth in India. The names of such people should be echoed.
The era of Savarkar is coming…
The Sangh chief said that what does not happen in Parliament is not just a fight, everything else happens, but after coming out everyone drinks tea together and goes to each other’s wedding. Everyone is equal here, so don’t talk about isolation or privilege.
He said that security policy will follow, security will follow but national policy will follow. Some people believe that after 2014, the era of Savarkar is coming, then it is correct. Everyone will have responsibility and participation. This is Hindutva. It’s a good thing that we are united, but it does not mean that we are different.