RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said, ‘Don’t change one’s religion, but teach to live’


New Delhi: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat said no one needs to convert and added that there is a need to move forward in coordination to make India a ‘Vishwa Guru’. Bhagwat was speaking at a program in Chhattisgarh.

“We do not have to convert anyone, but we have to teach to live. We are born in the land of India to give such a lesson to the whole world. Our sect makes good human beings without changing anyone’s method of worship,” said Bhagwat.

During the program, Bhagwat further said, ‘Whoever tries to disturb the tune, it will be decided by the rhythm of the country. There is a need to move forward with coordination to make India a Vishwa Guru.

Bhagwat said that we are such people who believe that the whole world is one family.

RSS-affiliated farmers’ union, Bharatiya Kisan Sangh, on Friday said the Centre’s decision to repeal agricultural laws appears to be correct to avoid “unfair controversies and conflicts”. The Kisan Sangh also targeted the farmer leaders, saying that their arrogant attitude of not withdrawing the dharna would not be beneficial for the small farmers.

“The decision of the Prime Minister to repeal these three farmer acts appears to be a right decision to avoid undue controversies and conflicts,” a statement by BKS general secretary Badri Narayan Choudhary said.

The statement further read, “Such arrogant attitude of these so called farmer leaders is not beneficial in the long run to the small farmers of our country, which comprises almost 90 per cent of the farming community.”

The United Kisan Morcha on Friday said they would wait till the government repeals the three laws in the winter session of Parliament.