National Desk: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on Thursday stressed the need for a united India and said that countries like Pakistan which were separated from India are now in crisis. Bhagwat said at the release of a book here that Akhand Bharat is not possible through force, but through Hinduism. He said, for the welfare of the world, a glorious united India is needed, so patriotism needs to be awakened ... The truncated India needs to be united (again), all parts of India, which have been separated They no longer call themselves part of India, they need it more.
Bhagwat said that before the partition of the country some people had raised serious doubts about whether it could be divided or not, but it happened. The RSS chief said, if you would have asked anyone six months before the partition of this country, no one could have guessed it. People had asked Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru that a new thing was coming out regarding the formation of Pakistan. Bhagwat said, in response, he said what is it? He said that this (partition) is a fool's dream. He said that (during British rule) Lord Wavell also said in the UK Parliament that God had created India and who can divide it.
Bhagwat said, but eventually it happened (partition). What seemed impossible, it happened, so the possibility of a united India that seems impossible now cannot be ruled out, because it is needed. Bhagwat said that it is more important to reconnect with India for the areas separated from those who do not call themselves part of India. These countries did everything they could, he said, but found no solution. Its only solution (with India) is to reconnect and this will solve all their problems. We are talking about adding them, not suppressing them. When we talk of a united India, our intention is not to achieve this on the strength of strength, but to connect them through Sanatan Dharma. Sanatana Dharma is the religion of humanity and the whole world and today it is called Hinduism.
He said, Gandhar became Afghanistan. Is there peace since? Pakistan was formed. Is there peace from that time? Bhagwat said that India has the ability to deal with many challenges and the world looks to it to overcome difficulties. He said that the world can again achieve prosperity and peace through Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam.