We all have an equal stake to safegaurd our Motherland – RSS Sarsanghachalak Mohan Bhagawat

published on September 30, 2013

RSS Sarsanghachalak addressed swayamsevaks at Parade Ground, Jammu. While paying profound tributes to the martyred Army Jawans, the slain policemen as also the innocent citizens that died in the dastardly terror attack at Hiranagar and Samba, Ma. Bhagwat maintained that it is not only Army’s responsibility to safeguards our borders and defend our land from aggression, we all have an equal stake and have to participate and contribute in our own little but significant ways to ensure that no harm befalls our motherland. Till the time we are alert and united no harm can reach us. We cannot, emphasized RSS chief, depend for our security and our defense on govt. agencies and forget our own responsibilities. Though Army Jawans have made supreme sacrifices and we as a nation are indebted to them, the need to be vigilant for us common citizens can never be overemphasized.

Ma. Bhagwat sought to remind the accession of J & K to the rest of India is not due to the “document of accession” only, Kashmir was ours since times immemorial.  He referred to the glorious reigns of Hindu King Lalitaditya and those before him.

He emphasized upon the great legacy and culture that is bequeathed to us by our great ancestors. There were times far worse than the present ones, but we have always prevailed. It was the time that we repaid our debt to our Motherland by forging unity and fraternity within our ranks. Sh. Bhagwat also said that the present fissures and divisions that plague our society is a culture alien to us. It is a foreign infliction that we need to get rid of. Hindus are, by their very nature and their timeless civilization, liberal and large hearted.

The goal of RSS is to inculcate and imbibe a sense of organizational spirit within an individual so he becomes part of one big family that is Bharat Mata.  In this context, RSS Chief recalled the saying of Rabindra Nath Tagore during Bengal partition in which he had said that the path to Indian unity is only through the Hindu way of life.  This goal, maintained Shri Bhagwat, could not be achieved as long as we did not remain united and bonded in brotherhood.  He also laid importance upon the need for selfless and people with impeccable integrity and character to take upon themselves the mantle of leadership at micro level so people could look towards them for guidance as an example.

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