Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on Sunday said that although there was a favourable government in the country, the Sangh workers should not become complacent and work with larger force to achieve their aim of unifying the world. “We cannot leave things to the government,” he said.
“We have experimented it in the past. If we want to fulfil our aim, we will have to strive and not leave the work to a regime, ideology or great men,” he said. “You cannot outsource your work,” he told Sangh workers.
Speaking at DAV School grounds, he said India’s diversity ought to be respected and celebrated. Without alluding to any religion or community, he said the entire human force had one ancestor and later branched out into different races. “There is no need of uniformity, rather we should respect the diversity,” he said.
He said that no other outfit in the world had to face such a long and bitter opposition as the Sangh faced in its own country, but now it has found acceptance and draws respect worldwide. “The RSS has made big strides and its workers are more confident than they ever were,” he claimed.