All castes have equal rights over temple, crematorium and reservoir: RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat

Lucknow: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on Monday emphasized social harmony and said that great people have taken birth in every caste and all castes have equal rights over temples, crematoriums and water bodies. Diwakar Awasthi, the Awadh province cum propaganda head of the Sangh, said that on the second day of his stay in Awadh province, Bhagwat told the union officials that there is no caste in which superior, noble and patriotic people have not been born. All castes have equal rights over the temple, crematorium and reservoir. Also Read – RSS said- Pranab Mukherjee was our guide, his loss to Sangh

The Sangh chief said that great men are great men only because of their best works and it is very important to maintain the sense of seeing them from the same point of view. Bhagwat also needs to awaken and train the society for cow based and natural farming. He said that the volunteers of the Sangh should cooperate extensively in the work done by any social or religious organization in the interest of the country, in the interest of the society. Also Read – Ram Mandir Bhumi Pujan: Threatening tweet of Muslim Personal Law Board on Ram Utsav, given example of Hagia Sophia

Activists associated with Kutumb Prabodhan, social harmony, cow service, village development, environment, religious awakening and social harmony activities were present in the meeting. Bhagwat said about the Kutumb Prabodhan that the Kutumb (family) structure is given by nature. That is why it is our responsibility to take care of him. There is a wide idea of ​​family in our society, it is not only husband, wife and children, but family, aunt, uncle, aunt, grandmother, grandfather have also been in our family concept since ancient times. Also Read – Ram Mandir Bhumi Pujan: August 5 is special for BJP, another historic step towards Ram temple