Sarsanghchalak of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Dr. Mohan Bhagwat said that India will have to become powerful for the welfare of the world. Till now the superpowers have only run their stick on on the world.
These superpowers have been running their own system for their own benefit. Once upon a time, Britain used to rule the world. It was said that the sun never sets on Britain. But the rule of Britain was based on exploitation like other superpowers. Britain did not do anything amazing, but only made the world poor. It is mentioned in Dharampal Ji’s book that the literacy rate of 77 per cent in literate India has become 17 per cent.
While addressing the freedom fighter honour ceremony organized at Malkhachak in Chhapra, Sarsanghchalak said that India can never be a slave. Innumerable people here have built this country by giving their life. It has a long tradition here.
Society has been paramount for them. Such a self-destructive spirit has come into this country because of self-glory and keeping the nation above self. Taking inspiration from the past, we always hink of moving forward.
Bowing down to Malkhachak, he said that this is a pilgrimage. There is a long tradition of people sacrificing themselves for the country. Due to continuous penance, a Bhav Bhoomi is formed. The land of this house is called Tirtha. Malkhachak is also a pilgrimage of this type, where both moderates and extremists used to make their plans. He called it the luckiest moment of his life..
Today the relatives of 350 freedom fighters were honoured. In this, people like Bihar’s first martyr Ramdeni Singh, eminent revolutionary Baikunth Shukla, Narayan Singh and Harinandan Prasad are included. Sarsanghchalak also released the book written by senior journalist Ravindra Kumar – Scattered episodes of the freedom movement. The program was staged by Maharajganj MP Janardan Singh Sigriwal.
The program was presided over by eminent saint Jeeyar Swamy. The distinguished guest of the event was Union Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai. RSS Kshetra Karyavah Dr. Mohan Singh, Kshetra Prachar Pramukh Rajesh Kumar and other dignitaries were also present in the programme.
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