The issue of partition has always been the center of politics in the country. Whatever the government has been, but there have always been questions about partition. Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat has given a big statement on this subject. In a special conversation with Republic Bharat, Mohan Bhagwat said that if everyone had a language like Veer Savarkar at that time, the country would not have been divided. Highlighting the contribution of Veer Savarkar in India’s independence, Mohan Bhagwat described him as the one who helped fight divisive forces, strengthen India and form a united nation. Bhagwat said that Savarkar had shouted at that time that we are one, so we should remain one. Had everyone said the same thing, there would have been no Partition.
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In an exclusive conversation with Republic Bharat, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat claimed that Savarkar had advocated unity and if he had been listened to, the India-Pakistan partition would not have happened. Bhagwat also spoke about the relevance of Savarkar. What is the relevance of Veer Savarkar in present day India? In response to this question, Mohan Bhagwat said that Veer Savarkar has all-round relevance, because the formula of national unity which he gave, in other words, has been written there in the Constitution. All that Savarkar told in the field of social reform has been relevant.
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Presently, Mohan Bhagwat targeted the ‘forces’ trying to divide the country. He said, “Break and rule this is a natural tendency. This was the policy of the British, which is being followed even today. Those who want partition of India, hatched conspiracies against those who promoted Akhand Bharat. This is what the British did. The British changed the curriculum and conducted research in a different way. Right now the propaganda is done because of this, so that people get confused and leave the formula of our unity, then India will remain divided. The country will remain divided. There are many people inside and outside who want political and other interests.”