Anyone can enter the temple anywhere, discrimination will end not by protesting but by working: RSS
Dattatreya Hosabale said India was able to give something to the world (in the past) only because we were able to maintain our unity. Without naming anyone, he said that some people are threatening to destroy Sanatan Dharma and accusing RSS of being communal for talking about Hindus.
Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) general secretary Dattatreya Hosabale said that any person has the right to enter the temple anywhere. He urged RSS workers to work to eliminate caste-based discrimination. He said that the entire Hindu community is being defamed by caste-based discrimination. It is very important to end this.
It is necessary to create a permanent 'feeling of unity' among the people of the country, he said on Thursday before a meeting of RSS workers. Through this, caste-based discrimination can be eliminated. Due to this, our Hindu society is being defamed.
The RSS leader said, 'Any person can enter any temple. Similarly, everyone has the right to fetch water from any river. We should not tolerate such discrimination in the name of caste or untouchability, as it brings disrepute to the entire Hindu community. Instead of merely opposing such practices, we should actively work to eliminate them.'
He said, that when Indian athletes performed well in the Asian Games, no one asked about their caste or religion. During the Corona period, people helped migrant laborers irrespective of caste or religion. Similarly, people did not ask about the caste and religion of the scientists behind the success of the Chandrayaan-3 mission. This shows that whether there is a crisis or success...our country remains united. Not just during crisis or success...this feeling of unity and cooperation should be maintained at all times.
Hosabale said, 'India was able to give something to the world (in the past) only because we were able to maintain our unity.' Without naming anyone, he said that some people are threatening to destroy Sanatan Dharma and accusing RSS of being communal for talking about Hindus.
He said, 'Sanatan Dharma is not about rituals and ways of worshiping, rather it is about seeing God in human beings, good conduct, and achieving the welfare of the society.' He said, 'The way India and its people sheltered the Jews, the Parsis, and the Dalai Lama and his followers, it has practiced the principle of 'Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam' rather than merely preaching it.'
The RSS leader said, 'During the time of COVID-19, we made vaccines for the world. We also helped Sri Lanka during its recent economic crisis. Therefore, India has the moral right to talk about Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam. Hindu society and the people of India have the power to make India a 'Vishwaguru'...one day, India will show the way to the world.