RSS Chief Says, Army Should Demolish Terror Camps In Pak
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat has said India should demolish the terror camps in Pakistan since Islamabad had "admitted" having no control over the terror groups operating on its soil.
"When Pakistani leadership said they had no control over terror groups, India should take the responsibility of demolishing them," Bhagwat told a public gathering in Bhubaneswar.
While rejecting any mediation by the US in Kashmir issue, RSS chief said, "America was acting for its interests and not for that of India."
Admitting that Maoist violence had its root in societal backwardness, Bhagwat said the administration should take up developmental activities to defeat Left wing extremism. "Violence is not the means to get justice. Ultras use exploitation and backwardness as a fodder for their violent activities," he said.
Stating that India had shown the world that unity was possible among different religion, caste and creed, the RSS chief said the country's ethics of love and non-violence was mantra for survival for the future.
The RSS chief also accused UPA government and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh of appeasing minority community and the policy of providing reservation for them.
Bhagwat also disapproved religious conversion by stating that people should be left to their own religions and tradition without any intervention.
"All the people should be treated on equal terms notwithstanding their religion," he said. Expressing concern over climate change, the RSS chief also blamed the civilized society for not taking care of nature. "If you do not have a relationship with nature, nature will not take care of the society," he said. PTI