Union chief Mohan Bhagwat made a big statement about Indian Muslims


Bangla Hunt Desk: Mohan Bhagwat, head of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, made a big statement about Indian Muslims. Mohan Bhagwat said Muslims in India are the happiest in the world. He said that whenever the meaning of India was discussed, people of all religions stood together. He also said that any kind of bigotry and separatism is spread only by those who benefit from it.

Mohan Bhagwat said that there were many Muslims in the army of Maharana Pratap, the king of Mebar, against the Mughal emperor Akbar. He said that in the history of India, whenever the culture of the country is attacked, people of all religions stand together. Bhagwat said India has the happiest Muslim population in the world. He expressed surprise that there is no country in the world other than India where foreign religions have ruled and they still exist in that country.

“It has only happened in India and nowhere else,” he told Maharashtra's Hindi magazine Vivek. Unlike India, Pakistan has not given rights to people of other religions and they have made that country only for Muslims. “Our constitution never says that only Hindus can stay in India, only Hindus will be heard in this country. If you want to stay here, you have to acknowledge the superiority of Hindus,” Bhagwat said. This is the nature of our state, and that underlying nature is called Hinduism.

Mohan Bhagwat said that Hindus never see who worships whom. He said that religion should be united and uplifted by uniting all in one formula. He said that whenever devotion to India and its culture is awakened and a sense of pride is awakened for the ancestors, the differences between all religions disappear and people of all religions stand together.