RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat: India’s image in world has improved
NAGPUR: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh(RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat said on Thursday that there is a feeling of hope in the country now.
“Two years ago, there was an atmosphere of disappointment, now there is a feeling of hope in the country now,” Bhagwat said in his annual address on the occasion of Dussehra here.
The RSS chief also said that India’s image in the world has improved. “A new idea of India is rising in the world. Whenever there’s a crisis situation in the world, we come forth to help,” he said.
“We have to think seriously about our ever-rising population. Population needs to be controlled, there should be a single policy for the entire country,” he said.
Yeah the world has taken note of RSS terrorist n they are discussing all atrocities in india committed by them. Soon expect a resolution in UN to ban them
With the internet the world is a village !! Are you awake !!
For minorities and poor it is the feeling of doom
In last few years image of the country was deteriorating , but now it has been improved to very great extent
There’s no doubt about it that India’s image is really boosting in the world and many companies are planning to put their manufacturing unit in India..
yes there is feeling of hope but some people are destroying it
So you are not proud of your country receiving a lot more attention ..
Who cares about jokers like you…Haha.
Come to India and see. The situation is not that you have read about in sickular media. And on the cost of food items, yes. there has been no decrease in prices.
Do you think our PM Modi can ever face that father and mother whose children were burned alive ..?
we do not need any money, big development, or even your jobs …. we need peace and freedom for all !!
Bharat has some respect in the world because of RSS
E K Mathew
a real patriot will never say he/she is patriotic but silently will direct each and every opportunity to serve motherland by physical service not by lip service, misguiding poor and downtrodden.