RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat gave a controversial statement at the recently ongoing Second edition of the World Hindu Congress at Chicago, USA. He directed all the Hindus to get united otherwise wild dogs will soon invade and destroy them.
While speaking in front of the 1500 delegates around the world, RSS chief said that the Hindus have been suffering for the past years but in order to get united as a society and prosper, they have to unite which is a difficult thing.
He said, “Coming together of the Hindus is in itself a difficult thing”. Speaking of his earlier days RSS said, “In initial days of our work when our karkyakartas used to talk to Hindus about organising them, they used to say ‘sher kabhi Jhund mein nahi chalta’. But even that lion or a royal Bengal tiger who is the king of the jungle, if he alone, wild dogs can invade and destroy him”.
The statement said by Mohan Bhagwat soon emerged as the controversial as opposition parties called as “communal comments”. AIMIM chief Assaduddin Owaisi consider Mohan Bhagwat’s comment as the disbelieve in the constitution.
He said, “Problem with RSS is that they do not believe in the constitution. They demand people by calling people dog and assuming they are tigers”. While congress leader Shakeel Ahmed criticised Bhagwat’s comments by saying that it is demeaning the minority people and playing just pitty politics.
Ahmad said, “They talk about culture and manner but their leader is making such comments. The people of the country should understand that he is demeaning the minorities just for doing pitty politics”.
The second edition of the World Hindu congress mark the commemoration of 125th anniversary of Swami Vivekananada’s address at the parliament in 1893 in Chicago.