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No One Benefits From Violence: Bhagwat

The RSS chief insisted that violence benefits no one and called for bringing all communities together and protecting humanity

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No one benefits from violence. Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat said this in Amravati on Thursday. He said violence does not benefit anyone and stressed the need to bring all communities together and protect humanity. Bhagwat's statement comes in the backdrop of recent clashes between different groups in several parts of the country.

Mohan Bhagwat also underlined the need to establish a Sindhi University in the country to ensure the existence of Sindhi language and culture. The RSS chief said that India is a multilingual country and each language has its own importance.

Bhagwat was speaking as the chief guest at the 'Gaddinshini' program of Sant Kanwar Ram's great-grandson Sai Rajlal Mordia at Kanwarram Dham on the nearby Bhankheda road here. Hundreds of members of Sindhi community from Amravati district and different parts of the country attended the ceremony.

The RSS chief insisted that violence benefits no one and called for bringing all communities together and protecting humanity. Bhagwat said that violence does no good to anyone. The society which loves violence is now counting its last days. We should always be non-violent and peace loving. For this it is necessary to bring all the communities together and protect humanity. We all need to do this work on priority basis.

Bhagwat's remarks came in the backdrop of communal clashes during Ram Navami and Hanuman birth anniversary celebrations in nearly half a dozen states, including BJP-ruled Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat. The Sindhi community has contributed immensely to the development of the country, Bhagwat stressed the need for a Sindhi University to promote and preserve the Sindhi culture and language.


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