Mohan Bhagwat / The government is running only with the blessings of Bhagwat... Sanjay Raut hits back at the RSS chiefs statement

Vikrant Shekhawat : Jun 11, 2024, 04:30 PM
Mohan Bhagwat: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on Monday addressed a program in Nagpur and made a statement on the Manipur violence. He said, Manipur has been waiting for peace for a year, this has to be considered. Leaders of opposition parties reacted to this statement of Mohan Bhagwat. Shiv Sena (UBT) leader Sanjay Raut said that what does it matter if the RSS chief speaks. The government runs on his blessings and saying.

At the same time, NCP (Sharad Pawar faction) leader Supriya Sule said that I welcome Mohan Bhagwat's statement, because Manipur is a part of India and when we see our people suffering so much, it is very disturbing for all of us. He further said that the INDIA alliance has been demanding this for a long time. Let's form a good committee with all the parties, let's assure Manipur. The problem is not solved with guns.

At the same time, Aam Aadmi Party leader Saurabh Bhardwaj said, 'These reports were coming repeatedly that RSS is not happy with BJP. But the problem is whether BJP will learn from RSS's advice. I don't think it will learn, because BJP President JP Nadda himself has said that we don't need RSS, we are self-reliant.

What did Mohan Bhagwat say?

Mohan Bhagwat reached Dr. Hedgewar Smriti Bhavan campus in Reshimbagh in Nagpur on Monday. He addressed a gathering of RSS trainees in the closing ceremony of Karyakarta Vikas Varg-II here. During this, he said that Manipur has been waiting for peace to be established for the last one year. Ten years ago there was peace in Manipur. It seemed that the gun culture had ended there, but suddenly violence has increased in the state.

He said, the situation in Manipur has to be considered on priority. There is a need to rise above election rhetoric and focus on the problems facing the nation. The RSS chief said that the unrest either flared up or was instigated, but Manipur is burning and people are facing its heat. In May last year, violence broke out between the Meitei and Kuki communities in Manipur. Since then, around 200 people have been killed.