Its chairman Mohan Bhagwat said on Saturday that the media is portraying the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) as a remote control device for the government, but nothing could be further from the truth. He also said that although India is not a global power, it certainly has the potential to become a global “guru” in the post-pandemic era.
Addressing the ex-soldiers of Dharamshala, Bhagwat said, “The media refer to us as the remote control of the government, but that is not true. Though, some of our workers are definitely part of the government. The government does not give guarantees of any kind to us. Swayam Sifax. People ask us what we get from the government. My answer to them is that we may even have to lose what we have.”
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Highlighting ancient Indian practices in medicine, he said, “What we have seen through traditional Indian remedies such as kadhaAnd Quaths (Herbal formulations) and hygiene. Now, the world is looking at India and wants to emulate the Indian model. Our country may not become a world power, but it can certainly be the global guru.”
The RSS chief observed a minute of silence in memory of the late Chief of Defense Staff Bipin Rawat and 13 others who died in a helicopter crash near Coonoor in Tamil Nadu recently.
Calling for unity, he said that the undivided land of India had lost many battles with foreign invaders over the centuries because the local people were not united.
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Sources said Bhagwat is on a five-day tour of Himachal Pradesh and is likely to meet Tibet’s spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama.