Indresh Kumar, senior leader of the RSS, told reporters that there can be no Hindu without Hindutva. Rahul Gandhi separated his soul from his body by recognizing the difference between the words Hindu and Hindutva. They have very little knowledge and understanding.
RSS leader Indresh Kumar
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Kumar, a member of the RSS National Working Committee, told reporters that Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav should defend the country with his statements on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s remarks on the Kashi Vishwanath corridor visit. . Don’t be “rude”.
When asked by reporters about Gandhi’s remarks, Kumar said, “A Hindu cannot exist without Hindutva. By distinguishing between the Hindu and Hindutva words, he separated his soul from the body. He has very little knowledge and understanding. “Kumar said,” I pray to God that he (Rahul) recovers. ”
Speaking at a rally in Rajasthan on Sunday, Rahul Gandhi said that India was a Hindu country, not a ‘Hindutva’ and called for the expulsion of Hindutva.
Striking the remarks made by the Samajwadi Party chief against Modi, Kumar said leaders should respect each other and try to build a civilized society with their statements and behavior. Akhilesh Yadav did not miss any opportunity to insult ‘Sanatan’. He never left any chance of insulting his father. They should not turn India into a barbaric country.
“All politicians should work for the development of a civilized society that respects all and respects each other,” the RSS leader said.
During the Prime Minister’s recent visit to Varanasi to launch the first phase of Kashi Vishwanath Dham, Akhilesh Yadav on Monday commented that people should stay in Banaras “when the end is near”. His statement was condemned by the BJP and his ridicule was described as “brutal”. The BJP has compared the former chief minister to Mughal emperor Aurangzeb.
Indresh Kumar spoke to reporters at an event organized by the RSS-backed Indian Christian Munch to mark Christmas celebrations at Nagaland House. He was not immediately available for comment.