'India does not have to become a superpower,' why did Bhagwat give this statement?

Patna: RSS Sarsanghchalak Dr. Mohan Bhagwat said that India does not have to become a superpower. It's not even made for a superpower. India was created for the welfare of the world. He was addressing a meeting organized on Sunday at Malkhachak village of Martyrs in Dighwara of Saran district. 

He presented the example of the Russia and Ukraine war as a result of devastation in the course of becoming a world power. He said that both countries have created so much devastation. Before the meeting, the Sangh chief unveiled the statue of martyr Shri Narayan Singh and also released the scattered episodes of the book of journalist Ravindra Kumar's movement. Sangh chief Bhagwat said in the meeting organized after honoring the families of about 350 freedom fighters who came from Saran and other areas of the state, that honoring the families of the martyrs is an auspicious day in their lives.  

Mohan Bhagwat said that Malkhachak village is a pilgrimage for him. This area has been the center of the transfer of power. India is never going to be a slave again. Got an opportunity to bow down to this land which sacrificed everything for the country. He said that there is still an English education system in India that is slowly ending. Union Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai, State President of BJP Sanjay Jaiswal, Rajiv Pratap Rudy, and MP Janardan Singh Sigriwal were present on the occasion. The freedom fighter and his family looked very happy after receiving the honor from the hands of Mohan Bhagwat. Everyone said in one voice that today they have got respect in the true sense. Everyone thanked Mohan Bhagwat for coming to the village.

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