Nagpur: Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on Tuesday said that India was steadily progressing under the Narendra Modi government and hit out at those indulging in appeasing ‘bigotry forces’.
“The present government is a one that wants to works and is not one to sit idle. There are lot of expectations and there is still a lot to be done. But the way this government is functioning there is a believe they will do something,” said Bhagwat delivering his annual Vijaya Dashmi speech at the Reshimbagh Ground here.
Bhagwat said the present government has been able to instil a belief in the society.
“The society now has a belief that the country will progress. Nobody can deny that the country is steadily progressing,” he said.
“But we all know that there are forces in the world that do not want that India’s influence rise in the world. Those whose shops run on division runs on bigotry, they don’t want India to progress.
“The influence of such forces is evident in our country and we can also find people who indulge in appeasement of these forces for their own interests.
“These people who indulge in such appeasement, don’t like the present government and the fact that the country is progressing,” added Bhagwat.
First Published | 11 October 2016 12:06 PM