Published On : Thu, Jun 9th, 2016

RSS chief lauds Modi speech in US congress

WhatsApp-Image-20160609 (1)Nagpur: As Nagpur city climate changed for a pleasant one 978 Swayam Sevaks completed Third Year Training Camp of Rashtriya Swayam Sewak Sangh hailing from all over India on June 9, 2016.

Speaking at the occasion Sangh Pramukh Mohan Bhagwat of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh lauded the speech made by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi United States of America’s Congress. He said that Prime Minister’s speech was very special. While honouring the US country, Prime Minister Modi made his thoughts clear. His speech did not include praising anyone in particular. He added that his speech should not appear to be exaggeration of one’s own country.

Modi is reaching the identity of India throughout the world. In a day when the rest of the world has lost its way, people of every nation should emulate our values. He claimed that we are Indians and we will proudly say “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” only. This feeling has not started today but has been there from ancient times and is based on human values. On those values inculcated by our ancestors, we are leading our life. We do not learn values; they are a part of us.

IMG-20160609-WA0008The concept of nation is not a matter of controversy or debate. It is true whether any one accepts it or not. This concept is also mentioned in the Constitution of the country. Our Culture, Our Civilization keep us connected. While handing over the Constitution, Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar had also mentioned in his speech that we are existing in different camps of different ideologies. We see things from different perspective. However we should not forget that none of the invaders have ever won the war based on his or her own strength but using our internal conflicts. Till we become united, people will keep dividing us.

Independence, Equality and Prosperity are thoughts which were propagated by Lord Buddha. While elaborating the speech of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar, Sangh Pramukh Dr Mohan Bhagwat said that Constitution speaks of fraternity and the feeling of fraternity alone is religion. Dr Mohan Bhagwat added that there is a need for us to remove or free the nation from internal discrimination, casteism, wrong social practices, and traditional practices. He added that while struggling to remove such social evils, one often meets discouragement but we will definitely be victorious over them soon.

While taking a dig at those anti-national elements, Dr Mohan Bhagwat claimed that the number of such anti-national elements is few in number. Such kinds of elements speak and connive to break the nation’s unity and such people should be ignored. These are only those clouds which make a lot of thundering noises but never rain, but do not ability to end the values based on truth. If we become united and awakened, such forces will automatically be finished.

Dr Mohan Bhagwat said that in spite of all the wrong publicity, Sangh is slowly and steadily becoming popular.

The Swayam Sevaks got trained in a series of physical activities at the camp including Yoga, War Defense Training and many such rigorous physical and mental training, held at Nagpur Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh Head Quarters.

One of the prominently invited guests, Editor of Varthaman Patrika Rathidev Sengupta in his speech said that those anti-nationals who have entered our country and are living in our country and eating the yield of our country but are dreaming the destruction of our nation. Our neighbours Pakistan and China are our enemies and these anti-national elements are said to support these enemy nations. The time has come for us to give a befitting reply to them. No one has the might or power to divide the nation.

Those prominently present on the occasion included owner of TV Today Group Arun Puri, Former Rajya Sabha member Raju Chandrashekhar, Industrialists Uma Sudhir, K Satyanarayan, Rajesh Bhujbal, Chief of Bombay Stock Exchange and Advisor to PM S Ramadurai, Leader of Akali Dal Arvind Singh, Valmiki Samaj Sant Deomitra Adveti, Educationist Shantanu Bhattacharya, Nani Gopal Mohanty, Shrinivas Lanka, Gautam Changule and Rashtriya Sevika Sangh Pramukh Shantaka.