By Anjani Kumar Jha
“It is because of the rapid decline in Hindu population that the whole world is today in the grip of terrorism. The reason of growing terrorism in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Myanmar and Tibet is their separation from India?, said Shri Mohan Bhagwat, Sarkaryavah of RSS. He was speaking at a function of Madhya Bharat Prant held in Vidisha recently. He said besides terrorism, threat to security on borders, unrest in Kashmir and Assam, the country is crying due to deep-rooted corruption. He further said there are all-round onslaughts on Hindus. After the Kanchi Shankaracharya, Swami Ramdev has been targeted.
Describing the Sangh work as god'swork, he said after 80 years the Sangh has become a formidable force, which is very difficult for anyone to ignore. He said the country would be strong and developed with the unity of Hindu society. ?The solution to all problems lies with India and the key to development of India is the Sangh,? he said calling upon the Sangh workers to refrain from the usual weaknesses of the society. He pointed out that despite having unqualified and very small force, Chhattrapati Shivaji had defeated the enemies with strong will-power and firm determination. He said those who have firm determination never get defeated. ?Those who continue to proceed, achieve their goals. We should work without having any ego so that the society gets clean and good image of our work. We should not disturb our balance due to the disturbance among others. We must be careful of satta (political power), bhatta (money), adhikar (rights) and dhan (wealth). We have to work in the society without coming into limelight. A Swayamsevak should always keep in mind the clean image of the Sangh while working in the society,? he said.
He said wrong things get more publicity in the society. This is the mentality of us Indians which should be removed. Referring to a book of Arun Shourie, Shri Bhagwat said the communist China too is now turning to nationalism. Talking about the media, he said the credibility of media is at stake. He advised the Swayamsevaks to be careful of the misleading news carried by the media about the Sangh and its workers.