Minister of State for Relief and Rehabilitation Vijay Vadettiwar welcomed the statement made by Sarsanghchalak Mohan Bhagwat regarding mosques. His goal should be to unearth old things, create new controversies and create divisions in society, as well as avoid any attempt to create an atmosphere. “We welcome Mohan Bhagwat’s statement,” said Vijay Vadettiwar. He was speaking to the media at his residence in Nagpur today.
Sarsanghchalak Mohan Bhagwat’s first reaction in the Gyanvapi case; He said “Shivling in every mosque”
Vadettiwar further said: “The role that the Sangh chiefs played yesterday seems to connect all religions, creeds and peoples. But they must maintain that role.” “The role of the Congress has been to promote inter-religious harmony. We follow religion at home and run the state according to the constitution,” he said.
What Mohan Bhagwat has said:
The Gyanvapi case is a matter of faith and everyone should accept the court’s decision, said Sarsanghchalak Mohan Bhagwat. At the same time, he has made it clear that there is no need to find a ‘Shivling’ in every mosque and create new controversies every day.
“Why create an argument? Why look for Shivlings in every mosque? Mohan Bhagwat said as he addressed the closing ceremony of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh third-year officers’ training camp in Nagpur.
Raut’s first reaction after Mohan Bhagwat says there is no need to find a Shivling in a mosque; He said “fight for the temples”
Mohan Bhagwat said that the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh has already made it clear that involvement in the Ayodhya turmoil is an exception. He said: “We participated in the Ram Janmabhoomi campaign for historical reasons and we said on November 9 that we had completed it. But we don’t want to lead any more campaigns.”
Speaking on the issue of the Gyanvapi mosque, he said: “At the moment, the issue of Gyanvapi is being raised. You cannot change history. We have not written that history, nor have the current Hindus, nor have the Muslims. It all happened. in the past”.
He also said that “thousands of temples were demolished when Islam came to destroy the morals of the Indians.” He also clarified that, “This too (Namaz) is a worship. They are the descendants of our ancestors. We are not against any cult.”