“Suffering during partition must not be forgotten”: RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat.
Noida, India: Hindu society should be able to do good to the world, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s boss, Mohan Bhagwat, said on Thursday.
Mr. Bhagwat addressed the book launch ceremony “Vibhajankalin Bharat Ke Sakshi“(Witnesses to the partition of India) by Krishnanand Sagar in Noida on Thursday. He said:” We must read history and accept its truth. Hindu society should be able to do good to the world. ”
“The suffering of India at the time of Partition must not be forgotten. It will disappear when the Partition of India is undone,” Bhagwat said.
“The ideology of India is to lead the whole world. It is not an ideology that is considered correct and that others are wrong. However, the ideology of the Islamic invaders was to consider that others were wrong and that they themselves were right. The thinking of the British was also the same. This was the main cause of conflict in the past, “he added.
Furthermore, he said that these invaders promoted disintegration between Hindus and Muslims after the 1857 revolution.
“This is the India of 2021, not 1947. Once Partition has happened, it will not happen again,” said the RSS chief.
During the launch ceremony, Krishnanand Sagar, the author said: “The inspiration for writing the book came from great personalities who protected the country from religious fanatics before and just after independence.
“I conducted interviews with many great personalities and have written chapters accordingly,” added Sagar.
Judge Shambhu Nath Srivastava, who chaired the event, spoke about the massacre of Hindus.
“Hindus have become a minority in many areas of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar,” Srivastava said.
“We need to learn from the struggle of Hindus in history. We have been taught history incorrectly,” said a special guest of the program, Vidya Bharati.
Another special guest at the book launch, Kumar Ratnam, Secretary of the Indian Council for Historical Research, said that this book will be helpful in understanding the history of India.
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