There Can Only Be Dominance Of Indians, Not Hindus Or Muslims: Bhagwat Denounces Lynching

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International working president of Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) Alok Kumar on Sunday said Hindus and Muslims have the same DNA adding that differences come from politics.

The ideals given in the Constitution have been accepted by all. Hindus and Muslims have the same DNA. That is why there is no fundamental difference between us.” The VHP leader said the Parishad welcomes the statement of Mohan Bhagwat. He said differences arise from politics.

The VHP leader’s statement came against the backdrop of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat’s address on Sunday at the launch of the book ‘The Meetings of Minds: A Bridging Initiative, written by Dr Khawaja Iftikhar Ahmed.

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Speaking to ANI, Kumar said, “Mohan Bhagwat has said today that Hindus and Muslims of India are not different but the same. It is true that the element that binds us all is Indianness. We are all children of one mother. Our cultural flow and tradition are the same. All our systems are run by the Constitution made by Dr BR Ambedkar ji.

“The concept of Hindu-Muslim unity is misquoted because there is no difference between them as it has been proven that we are the descendants of the same ancestors from the last 40,000 years. People of India have the same DNA,” Bhagwat said at the event.

There can only be dominance of Indians, not Hindus or Muslims: Bhagwat denounces lynching

Stating that those indulging in mob lynching are against Hindutva, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat asserted that the law should punish them without any partiality. “Cow is a holy animal but those who are indulging in lynching are going against Hindutva. Law should take its own course against them without any partiality”.

He also urged Muslims not to get “trapped in the cycle of fear” that Islam is in danger in India. “But the so-called people of our country have instilled fear in the mind of the Muslims that if you live in harmony with the Sangh, your religion is in danger. If a Hindu says that no Muslim should live here, then the person is not Hindu. By saying this, one can become famous in the country, but he will not be considered as a Hindu after that.” He stated that the Sangh wants to unite everyone and is not inclined to change its image and will engage in the welfare of everyone.

Dismissing that his speech at this juncture is to gather votes in the 2022 Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections, he said, “We neither intending for an image makeover nor for the votes of Muslims in the next election,” he said.

(With ANI Inputs)

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