Rizwan Ahmad slams RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat’s remark on Muslims | India News


NEW DELHI: Political analyst and former Bahujan Samaj Party MLA Rizwan Ahmad on Wednesday hit out at Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat‘s remark that Muslims have nothing to fear in India, but they must abandon their “boisterous rhetoric of supremacy”.
While speaking to Times Now Rizwan said that Bhagwat’s remarks were “absolutely wrong” and “Muslims are by DNA “supremacists”.
“Nationhood is a very new concept for Muslims. We will understand nationhood if we try to educate ourselves. By DNA we have a condescending approach towards society, towards world, and we believe that in the last 1400 years it was this approach, this idea of supremacy over divine, bond to rule, bond to introduce Hakimiya, the law of Allah on planet earth, that has made us survive for 1400 years without making a single invention,” Rizwan told Times Now.
“The moment you ask us to change this idea of supremacy or something that we believe, you are challenging the essence of our being on planet earth,” he added.
In an interview to Organiser and Panchjanya, the RSS said India has been undivided (akhand) from the earliest times of recorded history, but was divided whenever the core Hindu sense was forgotten.
“The simple truth is this – Hindusthan should remain Hindusthan. There is no harm to the Muslims living today in Bharat… Islam has nothing to fear. But at the same time, Muslims must abandon their boisterous rhetoric of supremacy. We are of an exalted race; we once ruled over this land, and shall rule it again; only our path is right, rest everyone is wrong; we are different, therefore we will continue to be so; we cannot live together – they (Muslims) must abandon this narrative. In fact, all those who live here – whether a Hindu or a communist – must give up this logic,” the RSS chief had said.

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