New Delhi: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on Wednesday, cleared party’s stance on contentious issues at the last day of an outreach programme. Bhagwat answered questions posed by the audience at the final day of the three-day lecture series.
On the issue of cow protection he said, it is a crime to take law in one’s own hands but at the same time he said, there should be protests against cow smuggling, too. Regarding religious conversion, he said it should not be based on ulterior motives. He also cleared RSS’ stand on population, reservation, Section 377, minorities, NOTA in polls etc.
RSS chief said Muslims should not feel scared of the RSS. He asked them to come and see it for themselves. What was said in (second RSS Sarsanghchalak MS Golwalkar’s book) ‘Bunch of Thoughts’ is not eternal. It was said in context; and (thoughts) don’t remain static…The politics of shamshaan, kabristan, bhagwa aatankwad is done by those whose only aim is to be in power.