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Opposing BJP does not mean opposing Hindus: RSS leader Bhaiyyaji Joshi | India News

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PANAJI: In a significant statement, RSS Secretary General, Suresh Bhaiyyaji Joshi, said Sunday that opposing the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) does not amount to opposing the country’s Hindus.

“The BJP does not mean a Hindu community, and opposing the BJP does not mean opposing the Hindus. The political struggle will continue but should not be linked to the Hindus,” he said as he addressed a press conference here.

The RSS ideologist was heading to a meeting at Dona Paula here on Sunday.

Joshi’s comments are significant, a section portrays the BJP as a representative of the Hindus as a whole and the opposition to the party is projected to be anti-Hindu or even anti-national.

Earlier, the head of Goa RSS, Laxman Behare, said on February 5 that the Hindu dharma is essential to save the world’s eternal values.

“The RSS has been making efforts to take India to new heights in the world. The organizational structure of the Hindu dharma is essential to save the eternal values ​​of the world. The Sangh is trying to establish those values ​​in society since the last 94 years. “Behare had said.

He had said that Bhaiyaji Joshi would visit Goa on February 8 and 9.

“Joshi has invited the 40 MLA, Goa Archbishop and others to raise awareness about the RSS and their work among the people,” he said.

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