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Shiv Sena Leader Urges RSS Chief to Support INDIA Bloc for Democracy

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In a notable political development, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut, a key figure within the Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray-faction of the party, has called upon Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat to lend his support to the opposition bloc, known as INDIA, in order to “save democracy” in the nation. Raut made this statement in response to recent comments by the RSS chief during the ‘Vijayadashmi Utsav’ in Maharashtra’s Nagpur.

Addressing a gathering, Mohan Bhagwat had remarked, “There are some people in the world and in India who do not want that India should move forward. They try to create factions and clashes in society.”

Sanjay Raut’s response to Bhagwat’s statement was clear and direct. He suggested that if the RSS chief’s remarks were directed towards the opposition, then he should be the first to join the INDIA alliance, as he believes that the democracy of the country is currently under threat.

Raut emphasized the importance of unity and collaboration among individuals with differing ideologies in the INDIA alliance, highlighting the need to combat what he referred to as “dictatorship.” He drew parallels with the period of the Emergency, during which leaders with diverse views and backgrounds, including those from the Sangh, were incarcerated. Raut noted that they later came together with the Bharatiya Janata Party to form the Janata Party, effectively ending the dictatorship of that time.

Raut also mentioned key political figures who played significant roles during the Emergency, such as Lal Krishna Advani, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, and Jayaprakash Narayan, highlighting the importance of unity in moments of crisis.

The call for unity and support from the RSS chief has generated significant attention and stirred political discussions, as the opposition bloc continues to rally against perceived threats to democracy and the country’s constitution.


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