India Didn’t Take The Right Path Of Progress In Last 75 Years: RSS Chief

Service to society “only for a ticket in elections” just isn’t service, Mohan Bhagwat mentioned.

New Delhi:

India didn’t progress as a lot because it might have achieved in these 75 years because the nation didn’t take the suitable path, mentioned Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on Sunday.

While addressing a gathering in New Delhi, Mohan Bhagwat mentioned, “In these 75 years, we did not progress as much as we could have done. If we move on the path of progress, we will move ahead. But we did not take that path, so we did not progress much.”

“The people of India have considered this land as their motherland since ancient times. If we continue to do the same and work together as brothers and sisters, there is no chance that India won’t progress,” he added

“There is an inherent strength of our civilisation that we have continued to survive. We are a nation of 130 crore people over a 3,000 km-long territory. The civilisations of ancient Greece and Rome perished but Indian civilisation has survived. We have an ideal before us: To educate the world and not to conquer it,” Mr Bhagwat mentioned.

He additionally mentioned that service to society “only for a ticket in elections” just isn’t service, however serving selflessly is true service, so service shouldn’t be achieved simply out of political motives.

People shouldn’t solely chant Jai Shri Ram, however must also attempt to develop into like Lord Ram, he additional mentioned.

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