RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat while addressing the concluding function of a four-day-long meeting of RSS pracharaks from Gujrat on Tuesday said that the organisation aims to build a strong nation with ‘Hindutva’ at its core and it is not a remote control.
“The Sangh wants to build a strong nation with Hindutva at its core,” the RSS chief said.
“We need to bring a right kind of change in the society based on Hinutva ideology,” said Bhagwat.
He further added that the RSS will always work to bring right changes in the society and make the nation strong in the hand of ‘right leaders’.
He further added that RSS is not a remote control in an evident reference to the allegation put ahead by opposition parties that the Sangh dictates terms to the BJP-led Government.
“Many people don’t know about the Sangh and its work and talk about us. We need to work on informing and teaching people that RSS is for peace and solution to all kinds of problems faced by world,” Bhagwat added.
Bhagwat added that the RSS does not take any kind of monetary assistance from the government.
“RSS is not for those who want to make money,” he said.