SDPI condemns Mohan Bhagwat’s remark on Hindu nation

Bhopal: The Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) has condemned the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Chief Mohan Bhagwat’s reported statement calling India a Hindu nation. It is dangerous and condemnable as it is against the secular nature of our country, the party said.

SDPI national president A. Sayeed in a statement said that India is a multi-cultural and multi-religious society and has not accepted Golwalkar’s definition of ‘Hindutva’. The Indian Constitution which very specifically states that India is Bharat, a union of state, and the word “Hindustan” is nowhere mentioned, he pointed out.

Sayeed said Bhagwat should better watch out his words and thoughts. Hindutva is a majoritarian concept which is part of the narrow and divisive agenda of the RSS. While Bhagwat should not be allowed to burn a country for which he and his terrible organisation did not contribute anything at all. India is an idea of noble people who created it, he added.

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