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RSS talks religion but means Brahmanism

Mohan Bhagwat has said that the Sangh would support any organization working for the rise of religion and nation. The message is very clear: Either start promoting religion and nation, as defined by the RSS, or be ready to face the music, writes Bhanwar Meghwanshi

The right-wing loudmouths are turning bolder by the day. The right-wing individuals and organizations have been spewing unadulterated venom. Whether at “Chintan Baithaks” (brainstorming sessions) or “Dharma Sansads”, their utterances are making a mockery of the Constitution and of the law of the land. Continuing successes in the electoral arena have boosted the morale of the communal forces to no end. They are now uncontrolled and uncontrollable, challenging the Indian nation state. They are challenging the Indian Constitution. They are out to turn the country into a theocracy.

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About The Author

Bhanwar Meghwanshi

Author, journalist and socio-cultural activist Bhanwar Meghwanshi is the editor of Shunyakal.com. His autobiography ‘Main ek Karsewak tha' is about his early days as a Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) worker and how he left the organization and became its staunch critic. The English translation of the book was published recently under the title ‘I Could not be Hindu’.

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