Editorial and a number of write-ups in Organiser have paid tribute to the RSS founder Dr K B Hedgewar in Organiser issue dated 22.3.2015. One of them under the heading. ‘Doctorji and Muslims’, in which efforts have been made to shown, that Dr Hedgewar belived that, “Muslims,after all,belonged to the same stock as Hindus”,and was confident that with congenial change in their attitude , they would certainly love to cherish once again their old racial memories. A few individual Muslims have been mentioned, forgetting that exceptions do not make a rule.The fact is just the opposite.Dr Hedgewar’s views, as mentioned on page 7 of Vishva Vijata published by Suruchi Prakashan clearly says that , “Since Muslims did not treat this country to be their own, we have to consider them as outsiders. Shri Guruji had also exactly the same views about the Muslims. In his Press conference on June 11,1970 at Delhi, a question was raised, “Do you consider them (i.e. Muslims) as Indians”. Reply from Guruji was that, “We may consider them as Indians, but do they consider themselves as Indians?”(Page-56, Samadhan) by Suruchi Prakashan. And lastly , these views of Dr Hedgewar and Guruji have been proved to be very correct in 1947.Muslims created Pakistan with great bloodshed, with no parallel in the history of the world.Therefore it is very dangerous to befool the Hindus by making such statements, which not only oppose the thinking of Dr Hedgewar and Guruji, but would lead to another Partition of the already truncated India.
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Economics of Cow
(Organiser, 12.4.2015); This refers to the article titled ‘Economics of Cow’ by Bharat Jhunjunwala in Organiser issue dated 12.4.2015. The economics of cow is not just limited to milk. In fact cow dung and cow urine are utilised and its related products fetch more return than milk. There are numerous applications and products that can be made out of them. Medicines such as Panchgavya, Gou-Ark, processed Organic Manure and various industrial products such as cosmetics, mosquito-repellant, toiletries, gobar gas, dung fuel cakes, etc. are all products of cow. If a farmer has to sustain a cow economically he has to be enterprising. But unfortunately we find that these days they have become lethargic and rely just only on milk from the cow and then when the cow completes its milk giving phase they dispose it. If everything would have gone well with our farmers, we would have not come across such a situation where cow is being sold before its natural death. This is the bare truth of economics of cow.
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