The Rashtriya Swayayamsewak Sangh (RSS) has opposed any division of Ramjanma bhoomi as it never solves the issue but deepens the crisis according to the history, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said.
Addressing a huge 'Viraj Hindu Sammelen' (Hindu convention) at the Reshimbagh ground on Sunday evening, Bhagwat said division cannot be an option of division of Ramjanma bhoomi while reiterating the commitment to build Ram temple in Ayodhya.
"India can be united and unanimous if the Ram temple is built at same place," Bhagwat said adding if a huge Ram temple is built it will create an environment of unity in the country.
The division of Ramjanma bhoomi will also divide the society and the politics of anti-national forces will reign upper hand, he said.
Without mentioning Congress, Bhagwat said some parties are trying to attract Muslim votes. "They are pointing fingers at RSS which is serving the cause of Hindus in the country since last 85 years selflessly," he said.
"One round of battle for Ram temple is already over and Lord Rama has given us a quite break for relaxation. Now we should resume our fight for the cause. The High Court decision has given us strength as a first step," Bhagwat told the gathering.