Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on Friday said that there is no need to convert anyone, and exhorted moving forward together with coordination in order to make India a Vishwa guru. Bhagwat was speaking at an event in Chhattisgarh.
“We don’t have to convert anyone but teach how to live. We were born in the land of Bharat to give such a lesson to the whole world. Our sect makes good human beings without changing anyone’s worship system,” the RSS chief said.
“Anyone trying to disturb the tune will be fixed by the rhythm of the country. We need is to move forward together with coordination in order to make India a Vishwa guru,” he added.
He said that we believe entire world as a family.
The head of the RSS is in Chhattisgarh to participate in a number of programs by members of the organization.
RSS Bharatiya partner Kisan Sangh (BKS) on Friday welcomed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision to repeal three agricultural laws, saying it “seems to be right” to avoid “unwarranted controversies and conflicts”.
However, BKS attacked the farmer leaders saying that their “arrogant attitude”to continue to protest was not good for the farmers.
Samyukt Kisan Morcha, an agricultural union association that led the campaign against the three agriculture laws, welcomed the prime minister’s decision but said he would wait for the announcement to take effect through appropriate parliamentary procedures.
Bharatiya Union chairman Kisan Rakesh Tikait said the ongoing protests against the agriculture law would only be lifted after three controversial laws were repealed in parliament and a minimum surcharge for wheat was guaranteed.