Making a strong pitch for unity among Hindus, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Chief Mohan Bhagwat today said if the Hindu society is in danger, then the entire country is also in danger.
“In India, if the Hindu society falls in danger, then the country is also in danger. The country being a Hindu country…, to conserve this country and make it able to carry out its obligation, it is responsibility of the Hindu society…All the Hindus should unite,” he said.
Bhagwat was speaking at conclusion of a three-day RSS workers camp here.
Lauding the country’s unity in diversity, he said that equal respect has to be accorded to all in the society.
If all Hindus were to become united, then there is no power that can stop the country from progressing, he said.
India led the world in the past when it was considered as “vishwa guru” and the world was at peace during that period, the RSS leader said.
Bhagwat said that the entire Hindu society has to get together for “this holy task” while calling for further strengthening the power of Hindu society.
Talking about the Sangh, he said that it was an organisation for nation-building and infusing nationalist spirit among the people of the country.
“The Sangh has embarked upon this holy task and we will continue till it is complete,” he said.
Bhagwat said that seeing the Sangh from outside will not do and urged people to first see its work from inside and if one is fine with it, they should join it.
After years, people are finally understanding the work done by the Sangh, he said.