RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat today called the Rohingya muslim as ‘national threat’ for country. He asked the government to take any decision on Rohingya crisis should be taken “keeping in mind threat to national security”.
He said that Rohingyas are involved in violence in Myanmar which led their exodus from Rakhine state in Myanmar.
The RSS Chief, who was speaking at the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s traditional annual Dussehra Day rally in Nagpur, he also targeted west bengal government and Kerala for neglecting religious rights of Hindus and alleged them to involve in anti-national activities.
The RSS chief also slammed violence in the name of cow vigilantism, saying “it is reprehensible that some people have been killed allegedly by gaurakshaks”.
Bhagwat said the issue of cow protection is beyond religion and “many Muslims have sacrificed their life for protection of the cow just as people of Bajrang Dal have”.
Bhagwat also offered condolences to the victims of the stampede in Mumbai yesterday. “We all empathise with the families of our brethren who have lost their lives and those who have got injured in yesterday’s incident at Mumbai,” he said.
Speaking on the range if issues, Mr Bhagwat also praised the government’s handling of Doklam issue with China.
Chinese and Indian troops were engaged in a prolonged standoff in the Doklam area near the Sikkim sector for 70 days from mid-June after the Indian side stopped the construction of a road by the Chinese Army, which New Delhi viewed as a serious security concern because of the access it provides to Beijing.
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