The Sangh chief had issued a statement regarding Sia Sunni in the Sant Ravidas Jayanti program organized in Mumbai. In this statement, he used the word Pandit. After his statement went viral on social media, the RSS has now clarified on it.
Sangh chief in Sant Ravidas Jayanti program Mohan Bhagwat In the midst of the ruckus over the statement of RSS, All India Prachar Pramukh Sunil Ambekar has given clarification. He said that the Sangh chief was speaking in Marathi. In this the word Pandit is from a scholar. That’s why the statement of the Sangh chief should be taken in its proper sense. He issued a video statement saying that the statement of the Sangh chief should not be misinterpreted. In fact, this statement of Mohan Bhagwat was widely criticized on social media.
Please tell that the Sangh chief had participated in the program organized in Mumbai on the occasion of Sant Ravidas Jayanti. During this, he gave a speech in Marathi in which, referring to the Sia-Sunni dispute among Muslims, he blamed the Pandits for this. His statement is becoming increasingly viral in social media. Some people are sharing this statement on social media against the Pandits i.e. Brahmins of North India. After this, the RSS has issued a clarification on the statement of the Sangh chief. On behalf of RSS, All India Publicity Chief Sunil Ambekar has released a video statement in this regard. He said that the Sangh chief was speaking in Marathi. Pandit in Marathi means scholar. It has nothing to do with the Pandit caste. He said that the word Pandit is used for a scholar. It is the true experience of saints. Based on that said that the truth is that God is in all the living beings.