Ram Madhav heading to Srinagar with Delhi invite, state BJP cautious
Ram Madhav said, “It will not work that you preach to an autowallah how the country’s prestige has to be saved, but not tell the same to your own wife.”
Akhand Bharat is a mainstay of Hindu nationalism — because land plays a key role in its ideology.
He also appealed to young leaders to come forward as the “era of dynasty” in politics has come to an end.
The PDP, which is coalition partner of the BJP in the state government, yesterday wrote to Governor N N Vohra about its support to Mehbooba for becoming the next Chief Minister of the state.
No one had asked the Indians or the Pakistanis to be living under British rule whether they wanted the country split into two.
At a press conference in Delhi on August 24, 1949, M S Golwalkar, the organisation’s second sarsanghchalak, termed Pakistan an “uncertain state”.
Reunification of a divided India is the unfinished civilisational task of the RSS.
Hell has no fury like a Hindu nationalist scorned — as I found out after my Ram Madhav interview.
Let me reiterate that the Akhand Bharat doctrine is a cultural and people-centric idea. I was not even remotely suggesting that we should redraw the boundaries of our countries.
In a talk program titled ‘Is Modi’s India flirting with fascism?’, Mehdi Hasan grilled Ram Madhav on issues ranging from Kashmir to religious intolerance in India.
Ram Madhav had said that RSS believes that India, Pakistan and Bangladesh will one day reunite again not by war but through “popular goodwill”.
“The RSS still believes that one day these parts, which have for historical reasons separated only 60 years ago, will again, through popular goodwill, come together and Akhand Bharat will be created,” Madhav said.
Ram Madhav said: “We have already started reviewing and analysing the Bihar defeat. We will continue it, including with seniors. If they feel more consultation is needed, it can be done.”
Youth should work in infrastructure sector under ‘Make In India’ mission, he said