Guwahati: RSS manager Mohan Bhagwat, who is in Assam on a two-day visit, said on Wednesday that the CAA and the NRC avoid Hindu-Muslim hole and public story including the two issues were being sold by some to procure political mileage.
He further highlighted that no Muslim will face any mishap in light of the citizenship law.
“After Independence, the essential leader of the nation had said that minorities will be managed, and that has been done as such far. We will continue doing all things considered. No Muslim will stand up to any hardship due to CAA,” Bhagwat said ensuing to dispatching a book here, named ‘Citizenship chitchat over NRC and CAA-Assam and the Politics of History’.
The citizenship law will offer security to abused minorities in the bordering countries, the RSS supervisor underlined.
“We associate with the larger part organizations, also, in these countries during a calamity…. So in the event that there are some who wish to go to our country in light of risks and fear, we will have to deal with them,” Bhagwat said. Examining NRC, he communicated that all nations reserve the option to know who its inhabitants are.
“The matter is in the political space as the public authority is related with it… A section of people needs to get political mileage by innovative a public story around these two issues,” he added. .