It has long been a practice for the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Sarsanghchalak to address all Swayamsevaks on the auspicious day of Vijayadashmi. On this day in 1925, Dr Hedgewar founded the RSS with a few youths in Nagpur's Mohitewada ground on Vijayadashmi.
This address is often a broad road map of the Sangh for the coming year; the issues to be addressed on the assignment are mentioned in his speech, and the entire cadre accepts it as a task for the year.
While paying tribute to our nation’s greats, He stated that this year marks the 150th birth anniversary of Sri Aurobindo. “He wrote extensively about constructing a Bharat based on ‘swa’. On the occasion of Sri Dharampalji’s centenary, he also remembered him. He followed Gandhiji’s lead and attempted to offer evidence of Bharat's past to the British.”
He remarked, “If the dharma that envisions a future based on the Sanatan value-system prevails in Bharat, the foul play of selfish forces will inevitably be neutralised.” He went on to say that the globe is getting cues from Bharat to make the world a better place; all we have to do is recognise and practise it in our actions.
RSS Sarsanghchalak stated that the country’s Partition is a painful past that must be confronted to restore the country’s lost integrity and unity. The new generation must be aware of this history to restore the country’s lost integrity and unity. As a result, he focused on teaching true facts and giving due recognition to real heroes often overlooked in textbooks, which eventually led to children being misled about their magnificent past. He went on to say, “Our path from ‘Swadheehnta to Swatantrata’ is far from finished. There are others in the world who see India’s progress and elevation to a respectable status as harmful to their vested interests."
“According to Indian tradition, heroes from all castes and areas of the country have lifted the Himalayas of penance and sacrifice to gain Independenc,” he continued.
The Sarsanghchalak also spoke about the much-needed limit on OTT platforms for displaying elements that are destructive to society, country, and especially children. “Since the pandemic’s breakout, practically every youngster has a cellphone, and what they view on their cellphones is uncontrolled,” Mohan ji asserted.
Bhagwat ji also discussed the increasing usage of narcotics in the country and its negative consequences. He appears to be aiming his guns at Pakistan, and he claims that certain neighbouring countries promote such acts, and the money is utilised for anti-national activities in India. He also alluded to the incidents that transpired in Lakshadweep following the actions taken by Administrator Prafull Patel to combat the invading narcotics cartel through the island.
He also slammed cryptocurrencies, declaring, ‘Clandestine, uncontrolled currencies, such as Bitcoin, have the potential to destabilise the economies of all countries and pose major issues.’ The government must take action to keep these things under control.” He went on to say, “I don't know which country owns this currency,” which is a significant comment made by any prominent figure on the subject.
Concerning adolescent drug misuse, he stated that the Government should take rigorous action to eliminate the evil but that society should not wait for the government to act. Values must be instilled in children from a young age. “Children must be taught ‘Man ka brake, Uttam Brake (brake on the mind is the best brake).” This insight alone will provide a solution to the numerous attacks on the Bharatiya value system, which dilute our faith and encourage recklessness.
Dr Bhagwat also cited the recent confrontations in the northeast between two State police officers. He expressed concern about the disruptive politics being played by different states, stating that the Government is for each person of the particular state, not a sector and that parties may have differing opinions and beliefs, but governments do not. He has prioritised the development and empowerment of citizens in border states. He believes that the state should prioritise better healthcare, education, and infrastructure.
Speaking on the long-awaited population control law, Sarsanghchalak ji expressed concern about India's demographic imbalance in general and in bordering states in particular. That the threat of a population explosion is genuine and must be addressed urgently, that was the huge declaration made by Sarsanghchalak ji, and it was assumed to be a directive to the central administration to act on. When discussing the corona pandemic and the necessity to balance the health care system with modern and traditional pathy, he recommended that the cost of medical treatment be balanced by combining both pathies. He also wished for a good health care system to be implemented at the village, Taluka, District, and regional levels while keeping the seriousness of the condition in mind.
He also discussed the possibility of a third wave of the epidemic and the Sangh's village-level readiness.
Concerning the Swadeshi Abhiyan, he stated that the Swadeshi should be made appealing enough to be popular, and the Videshi should be adopted as best suited for our country.
Mohan ji specifically emphasised the urban Naxals who are behind the disruptive ideology instilling in the minds of youth through systemic indoctrination. He noted that the agitation/movements backed and provoked by these alien ideas are self-proclaimed intellectuals behind the disruptive agitation. They can win power by the power of weapons but cannot accomplish anything constructive for society.
Aside from the points mentioned above, he also spoke about reducing plastic usage and protecting the environment. He spoke on the changing conditions in Jammu & Kashmir, and he emphasised the importance of taking steps to bring them closer together by winning hearts rather than seducing them. He condemns the slow-motion massacre of Hindus in Kashmir. He praised people's bravery for not being deterred by the separatists cowardice.
They also discussed the plight of Hindu temples as a result of government acquisitions. He emphasised releasing Hindu temples from government authority because these temples make little contribution to fostering or preserving Sanatan culture. He stated that the Hindu community manages temples efficiently and will manage them better in the future, so the government must take a firm stance and free the temples.
Finally, he stated that Sanatan Hindu culture can fit all religious activities inside it and that if the Hindus are united, all other religions, unlike other religions, can feel safe. A strong Bharat can show the way to world peace and happiness.