The Congress on Thursday claimed that RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat's meeting with the head of Akhil Bharatiya Imam Sangathan is an effect of the party's Bharat Jodo Yatra. The Congress urged Bhagwat to accompany Rahul Gandhi in uniting the country with the tricolor in his hand. Extending his reach to the Muslim community, Bhagwat on Thursday visited a mosque and a madrasa in Delhi and held discussions with the head of the All India Imam Sangathan, who called him the Father of the Nation.
Bhagwat visited mosque and madrasa
Bhagwat, the sarsanghchalak of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, visited a mosque at Kasturba Gandhi Marg in central Delhi and then visited Madrasa Tajveedul Quran in North Delhi's Azadpur. An RSS functionary accompanying him told that this was Bhagwat's first visit to the madrasa. Responding to this, Congress's media department head Pawan Khera said that it has been only 15 days since the Bharat Jodi Yatra started and a spokesperson of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party said that Godse is dead. The minister was worried about the hatred spread through the media and Bhagwat reached out to the Imams.
Congress said, the effect of the India Jodo Yatra
Talking to reporters, Congress spokesperson Gaurav Vallabh also said that the results of the party's foot march are visible in a few days. It has been only 15 days since the India Jodo Yatra and the results are coming out. A BJP spokesperson has called Godse Murdabad on television. Mohan Bhagwat is going to the house of a person of another religion. Under whose influence is this happening? This is the effect of the India Jodo Yatra. By the time the march ends, the hatred and division created by the government will disappear.
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We request Bhagwat Ji that when a few days of yatra have had such an impact on him, then he should participate in Bharat Jodo Yatra for one hour, carrying tricolor in hand with Rahul Gandhi Ji, the slogan of Bharat Mata Ki Put it Asked about action on PFI led by National Investigation Agency (NIA), Vallabh said action should be taken against any person or organization involved in anti-India activities. But the question is why did the Modi government not take steps to ban PFI in the last eight years? Is this part of your divide and rule policy?