Mohan Madhukar Bhagwat is the chief (Sarsanghchalak) of the nationalist organisation Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and was chosen, in March 2009, as the successor to K. S. Sudarshan. After K. B. Hedgewar and M.S.Golwalkar, he is one of the youngest leaders to head the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. Due to a high threat perception from various Islamic terrorist organisations, in June 2015, Centre ordered the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) to provide Bhagwat with round-the-clock protection. With Z+ VVIP security cover, he is one of the most protected Indians today. Early life: He was born in Chandrapur, Maharashtra. and comes from a family of RSS activists. He is the eldest son of his parents. From Government Veterinary College, Nagpur, he graduated in Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry. Towards the end of 1975, he dropped out of his postgraduate course in Veterinary Sciences and became a pracharak (full-time promoter/worker) of the RSS.read more
Bhagwat also advocated for the 'Akhand Bharat' (united India). He termed the partition is an unforgettable event and asserted that the pain of division will only end when the partition would be revoked.
Bhagwat also said that, even after 75 years, India hasn't made the progress it could have. "We did not walk the path that could've taken us towards progress. If we walk it, we will surely reach there", he said.
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said that terrorists are resorting to targeted violence in Jammu and Kashmir to instil fear and that the military preparedness on borders needs to be alert.
Dussehra holds a special importance for sarsanghchalaks as the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) was founded on this day in 1925.
The RSS chief was speaking at the book launch — ‘Veer Savarkar: The Man Who Could Have Prevented Partition.
The RSS chief spoke about preserving traditional family values and traditions. He also urged people to visit Indian tourist sites, consume home-grown food and wear traditional outfits.
It has a firm belief in sustainable development and eco-friendly lifestyle and the European countries have coined these terms in recent times, Bhagwat said.
Mohan Bhagwat arrived in Jammu on Thursday on 4-day visit to the union territory during which he'll meet intellectuals and prominent citizens.
This is Mohan Bhagwat's first visit to Jammu and Kashmir since August 5, 2019, when the erstwhile state's special status was ended and it was bifurcated into UTs -- J-K and Ladakh.
Incidentally, the RSS chief is visiting the BJP-ruled Gujarat for the first time after a new government led by Bhupendra Patel took over.
RSS chief is on a 4-day visit to Jodhpur prant.
RSS' Jharkhand Sah Prant Karyavah Rakesh Lal said this while briefing the media on the three-day visit of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat, who held marathon meetings with 'pracharaks' and other functionaries.
Singh was commenting on Bhagwat's comment on men being breadwinners and women the housewives.
Speaking at an event here organised by Pune-based Global Strategic Policy Foundation, he said "sane" Muslim leaders should stand firmly against fundamentalists and added the minority community does not have to fear anything in India as Hindus don't hold enmity towards anyone.
The main agenda of this meeting- on Sept 3 and 4- is to "achieve all the goals by improving the mutual coordination between all the affiliated organisations of the Sangh".
This is the RSS chief's first visit to Assam after the BJP returned to power for the second consecutive term in the state. Mohan Bhagwat will leave for Chennai on July 22, the spokesperson said.
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat would chair the meeting, he said.
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Sunday urged Muslims not to get "trapped in the cycle of fear" that Islam is in danger in India.
Digvijaya Singh on Monday said if Bhagwat is true to his words, he must give directions that all those BJP leaders who "harassed" innocent Muslims be removed from their posts.
Those indulging in lynching are against Hindutva, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat said today.