RSS Chief sparked a controversy with a message to Indian Muslims that they should abandon the boisterous rhetoric of supremacy.
“Muslims have nothing to fear in India, but they should give their boisterous rhetoric of supremacy,’’ said, RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat.
The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief said that India has been undivided from the earliest times of recorded history, but was divided whenever the core Hindu sense was forgotten.
“Hindu is our identity, our nationality, our civilizational trait that considers everyone ours. We never say, mine is only true and yours is false. You are right at your place, I am right at mine; why fight, let us together, this is Hindutva,’’ said, RSS Chief
The RSS Chief further said that “ The simple truth is Hindustan should remain Hindustan. There is no harm to the Muslims residing in the country (Bharat). Islam has nothing to fear. But at the same time, Muslims should give up their boisterous rhetoric of supremacy. We are of an exalted race; we once ruled over this land, and shall rule it again; only our path is right, rest everyone is wrong; we are different, therefore we will continue to be so; we cannot live together. The Muslims must abandon this narrative. All those who live here, Whether a Hindu or a communist must abandoned this logic,’’