Nagpur, October 8: RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, speaking at the annaul Vijayadashami event, spoke on a range of issues including lynchings and the abrogation of Article 370. Mentioning lynching in his speech, Bhagwat said that RSS members do not get involved in such incidents and that they "try to stop it." Bhagwat also claimed that incidents of social violence are projected as lynching to "defame the country, Hindu Society and create fear among some communities." Happy Dussehra 2019 Greetings: WhatsApp Stickers, Ravan Dahan Photos, Dasara GIF Images, SMS, Messages & Greetings to Wish on Vijayadashami.
Hailing the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, Bhagwat added that, "the move of the re-elected regime to nullify Article 370 has once again proved that it has courage to fulfill those expectations and respect people’s sentiments and wishes in interest of the country." Dussehra 2019 Greetings: PM Narendra Modi Wishes Happy Vijayadashami to Nation, Shares Video With a Message.
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RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat in Nagpur: In such incidents, RSS members do not get involved rather they try to stop it. Par iss sabko ko tarah tarah se pesh karke, use jhagda banane ka kaam chal raha hai. Ek shadyantra chal raha hai, yeh sabko samajhna chaiye. #Maharashtra https://t.co/TBuKHRxr2n
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Talking on the role of media in the society, Bhagwat said that, "Media has a major role in awakening the society & creating a conducive social atmosphere. if the media joins in creating a constructive atmosphere, this endeavour will gain momentum."
On the role of women and the respect they deserve in the society, Bhagwat is of the view that, "A high responsibility of imparting samskars rests in the family. It is a matter of great concern that women feel unsafe today. The sanctity and decency of our culture is to be instilled in the men’s approach towards women." On teacher training and reforms in the field of education, Bhagwat added, "We feel the need for a radical transformation from curriculum to teachers’ training. This cannot be achieved through mere structural changes."