Mohan Bhagwat to meet Muslim scholars in Mumbai today
Mohan Bhagwat to meet Muslim scholars in Mumbai today
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Mumbai: RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat is in Mumbai today (September 6, Monday). In fact, he is coming to Mumbai today to attend an event. According to reports, the event is being held at a five star hotel and he is scheduled to meet some important Muslim scholars today. In fact, this has come to light during the three-day Coordination Conference of the Union. Let me tell you all that the event, which has been going on in Nagpur since 3rd September, has concluded last Sunday.

Meanwhile, discussions were held especially in five states including Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand. Let me tell you that the union chief's meeting with Muslim scholars is also being seen as a strategy. However, union officials have said, "The Sangh is a social organization. It is not a political organization. Therefore, it is wrong to find an angle of choice in every activity. In any case, elections are held somewhere in the country every two or four months. In such a situation, is everything done by looking at the election? And if everything is done by looking at the election, what is wrong with it? Elections are an important factor of democracy. Elections strengthen democracy. The strength and strength of the people are reflected.''

The most important thing among all this is that the Union has distanced itself from the Infosys issue. Last Sunday, an article against Infosys company appeared in Panchjanya, a weekly magazine called the RSS mouthpiece, although the Sangh has now distanced itself from it. In a tweet, Sunil Ambedkar, all India publicity chief of The G Darsal Sangh, made it clear that Panchjanya is not the mouthpiece of the RSS and the article published in it should not be linked to the Sangh.

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