Moradabad, Jan 18: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat on Saturday called upon the Swayamsevaks to strive towards the direction of making India a 'vishva guru,' with a spirit of dedication.
Addressing a 'Makar Sankranti Mahotsav' programme, with around 5,000 'swayamsevaks,' at the MIT ground in Moradabad, he said the Sangh's work was to end discrimination in society, and strive for the progress of the country. Stressing on the need for coordination among the countrymen, he said that a feeling of 'I am also right and you are also right' should prevail.
There should be no conservatism in the country, he added. He said that India's religion was very special and it was spirituality-based, adding that religions appear different but all are one. (UNI)