Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat claimed that the organisation has survived challenges due to its deep-rooted beliefs in tradition and with its sole agenda of shaping “good human beings”. He clarified that the organisation’s agenda was not meant to subvert any religion but to inculcate better virtues in the society.
“People often ask about Sangh agenda…. Sangh has no agenda, rather, we intend to groom good human beings with high moral values, that makes it different and unique in the world,” Bhagwat said at the unveiling of a collector’s edition of RSS-inspired weeklies “Organiser” and “Panchjanya” commemorating 90 years of the founding of the organisation.
Bhagwat said that prevalence of social issues like “untouchability” were a bigger challenge before Hindus and every individual should make their own efforts for its eradication. He said that Hindu society was known for unity in diversity as people come from various regions, speak different languages and have different food habits.