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Conspiracy to divide Hindus for political gain: Bhagwat 

Prayagraj, January 31

Endorsing two resolutions passed at the Vishwa Hindu Parishad’s Dharam Sansad, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Thursday charged some political parties of a planned conspiracy of playing with the sentiments of crores of Hindus and dividing them for their political gain.

On the opening day of the 2-day Dharam Sansad, while the first resolution was passed to launch an Ayodhya-like struggle to save the tradition and belief in Sabarimala, the other was to expose the conspiracy to disintegrate the Hindu society.

RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said: “Sabrimala is an open attack on the right of the Hindu community to uphold their unique religious traditions, which has been ensured in the Constitution”.

He said the “hastily brought out” Supreme Court judgment wrongly notes that “God is not a legal entity and the temple is a public place where laws can be implemented”.

Expressing his anguish at such ignorance, he said the Hindu society in Kerala is agitated and now it was time to raise awareness about this injustice for which a ‘jagran’ would be held between February 1 and 15 across the country. 

The resolution said: “… the judiciary and government should keep distance from the traditions and beliefs of Hindus.” Severely criticising the communist state government of Kerala the resolution called upon the Hindus to launch an agitation so that this can transform into a national movement.

The second resolution passed was to expose the conspiracy to disintegrate Hindu society. “If in Bhima Koregaon they are trying to divide the Marathas and Dalits, in Pathalgadi in Jharkhand the church and Maoists are attempting to divide the tribals, and in Sahranpur, they are drawing a wedge between the upper caste and Dalits,” pointed out the resolution.

“Dharma Sansad calls upon all to reject pseudo secularism, castesim, regionalism, linguistic chauvinism, and defeat the political parties that promote such anti-national and anti-Hindu feelings,” said the resolution.

The Dharam Sansad has decided to deliberate on Friday on the future strategy for building the Ram Mandir.

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