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New Delhi: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) supremo Mohan Bhagwat on Monday said that people often misinterpret the RSS as a dictatorial organization; however, he added that it does not try to impose its ideologies on anyone.
“The work that RSS does is unique. Whatever it does is incomparable. In order to understand RSS, one needs to start with Keshav Baliram Hedgewar, who was the founder of the Sangh. Without knowing him, it’s difficult to understand the Sangh. We call him a nationalist by birth,” Bhagwat said on the opening day of ‘Bhavishya ka Bharat’ – a three-day lecture series organized by the RSS in the national capital.
Bhagwat said the lecture series has been organized so that people can understand the RSS better.
“I am here to engage with you all and not to convince. People often misunderstand RSS… The Sangh does not impose its ideology on anyone. Whenever people see events of the Sangh, they see a man giving orders. So, people think that RSS is a dictatorial organization,” he noted.
The RSS Chief urged people to “not fear about the diversity in Indian culture,” but celebrate and honor it instead.
Among those who attended the event were BJP leaders Subramanian Swamy, Vijay Goel, and Ram Madhav, and Bollywood celebrities like Manisha Koirala, Anu Malik, Ravi Kissen, Bhagyashree, and Annu Kapoor. (ANI)


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