RSS Invite a Muslim as a Chief Guest in Dushera Festival – First Time in History

RSS Invite a Muslim as a Chief Guest in Dushera Festival - First Time in History

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has made a Muslim a chief guest at Dussehra Puja, this year in his headquarter Nagpur. According to the Economics Times report, the RSS has called this famous homoeopathic physician as the chief guest and has given this respect to the first Muslim. RSS celebrates its establishment day on Dussehra (Vijayadashmi). In 1925, Keshav Baliram Hedgewar established the RSS on the day of Vijaya Dashmi. On Dussehra, the RSS also performs arms worship every year.
It is believed that the RSS is trying to increase its penetration among Muslims by calling as the Chief Guest of Munawwar Yusuf of the Bohra community. According to the report, Yusuf and his uncle have had an old relationship with the RSS campaigners. Organizing four separate events with Sunday (October 1st). Each program will include about 600 children. According to the report, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat had met the leader of the Bohra community, Syedna Muftalk in April this year in his Mumbai state residence. Syedna had earlier praised the Narendra Modi government’s Make in India and Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.

RSS chief also addresses all volunteers on the Vijaya Dashmi festival every year. After coming to power with the BJP’s absolute majority in the center in 2014, the media started giving more importance to the RSS chief’s Dussehra festival more than ever before. Some channels also made a direct broadcast of the RSS chief’s Dussehra address.

Monday (September 25th) is the birth anniversary of Deendayal Upadhyay, the chief thinker of the RSS and the President of the Bharatiya Jana Sangh. On this day, all BJP office bearers, MPs and MLAs are joining the party’s national executive meeting in Delhi. It is believed that the BJP has already started preparations for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

Concerned about the image of the government, the RSS, BJP together with 30 days of peace talks

 

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