Population policy ought to be thought about as soon as again, says Mohan Bhagwat at Dussehra occasion|LIVE

Rss Chief Mohan Bhagwat Performs 'Shastra' Puja At Dussehra
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Mohan Bhagwat performs’shastra’ puja at Dussehra occasion in Nagpur Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) primary Mohan Bhagwat on Friday carried out ‘shastra puja’on the celebration of Vijaya Dashami or Dussehra in Nagpur. The head office of the RSS lies in the Mahal location of the city. Bhagwat also offered his respects at the ‘samadhi sthal’ of RSS founder KB Hedgewar and MS Golwalkar. Besides, he took part in the drill exercises by Swayamsevaks.

Addressing the Swayamsevaks later, Bhagwat said, “We do not want a culture that broadens the divide, but the one that binds the nation together and promotes love … For that reason, special occasions like birth anniversaries, celebrations must be celebrated together.”

“Our journey from ‘Swadheehnta to Swatantrata’ is yet far from complete. There’re components on the planet for whom India’s progress and its increase to a highly regarded position are harmful to their beneficial interests,” Bhagwat stated.

The RSS chief likewise spoke about the partition of India in 1947. He stated that “partition of the nation is a sad history, the reality of this history must be faced, to restore the lost stability and unity, the new generation ought to know that history”.

He then said that population policy ought to be thought about as soon as again and that the policy must be produced the next 50 years.

“The policy must be carried out similarly, population imbalance has actually become a problem,” Bhagwat said.

Union Ministers Nitin Gadkari, previous Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis were among the others present at the occasion. The Vijaya Dashami event was likewise participated in by Kobbi Shoshani, Consulate General of Israel, Mumbai.

Dussehra holds a special value for sarsanghchalaks as the RSS was established on this day in 1925.

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Published at Thu, 14 Oct 2021 22:13:25 -0500