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RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat today met Chief Imam of All India Imam Organization Dr. Imam Umar Ahmed Ilyasi in Delhi. Earlier, Bhagwat was met by a group of Muslim intellectuals including former Chief Election Commissioner SY Qureshi and former Lt Governor of Delhi Najeeb Jung.

Singh chief Bhagwat reached his office at Kasturba Gandhi Marg mosque in Delhi to meet Chief Imam Ilyasi. The RSS has recently expanded its outreach to Muslims and Bhagwat has held several meetings with community leaders.

Bhagwat has personally met some Muslim leaders. Among the leaders who met Bhagwat were former Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Najeeb Jung, former Election Commissioner SY Qureshi, Jamiruddin Shah, Saeed Sherwani and Shahid Siddiqui. The meeting, which was held at the initiative of former general secretary of the BJP organization Ramlal, also discussed possible steps to reduce the differences between the two communities.

Earlier, Maulana Arshad Madani, leader of Jamiat Ulema Hind, a Muslim organization, also met Mohan Bhagwat on 30 August 2019 after reaching the Singh headquarters in Jhandewalan, Delhi. There was a lot of discussion on this meeting initiated by Muslim Rashtriya Manch leader Indresh Kumar. The meeting between the two top leaders was considered crucial from the perspective of maintaining peace between the two communities after the Supreme Court’s verdict on the Ram temple in Ayodhya (November 9, 2019) came ahead.

There is talk that Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat may also meet some Muslim leaders of Kashmir in the coming days. It is considered important from the point of view of maintaining peace in the Valley after the resumption of electoral politics in Kashmir. These leaders can play an important role in preventing Kashmiri separatist leaders from re-activating in the Valley and connecting the Kashmiri youth to the new India.
Trying to appease the Muslims
It is believed that RSS and BJP leaders are constantly trying to entertain Muslims. While Bhagwat talks about India not being complete without Muslims, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced at the BJP’s Hyderabad National Executive that the party’s mission should be to reach out to Muslims. Sending Kashmir leader Ghulam Ali Khatana to the Rajya Sabha is also an example of the same thinking of the Sangh Parivar to bring the Muslims closer. What is the reason for this shift towards Muslims in the Singh and BJP? Is this an attempt to improve India’s image in the international Muslim community or is Singh planning a major change through this?

Bhagwat said- The DNA of Hindus and Muslims is one.
Not that this was the first attempt by BJP and RSS to reach out to Muslims. Both organizations have been talking about Hindu-Muslim unity for a long time. In the BJP, since its inception, many Muslim leaders have been among its top leaders. Sikandar Bakht’s popularity among the general public may have been low, but his importance in the party organization remained the same as that of Atal Bihari Vajpayee and LK Advani.

Singh has also made it clear on several occasions that he has no problem with Muslims who regard India as their motherland and its culture as their own. This trend was started by Guru Golwalkar, which is reflected in the statement of RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat in 2018 when he said that India is incomplete without Muslims. He also tried to explain that Hindus and Muslims have the same DNA and both are the original inhabitants of this country. It is the responsibility of both of them to save the culture of this country.

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RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat today met Chief Imam of All India Imam Organization Dr. Imam Umar Ahmed Ilyasi in Delhi. Earlier, Bhagwat was met by a group of Muslim intellectuals including former Chief Election Commissioner SY Qureshi and former Lt Governor of Delhi Najeeb Jung.

To meet Chief Imam Ilyasi, Sangh chief Bhagwat reached his office at Kasturba Gandhi Marg Mosque in Delhi. The RSS has recently expanded its outreach to Muslims and Bhagwat has held several meetings with community leaders.


Bhagwat has personally met some Muslim leaders. Among the leaders who met Bhagwat were former Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Najeeb Jung, former Election Commissioner SY Qureshi, Jamiruddin Shah, Saeed Sherwani and Shahid Siddiqui. The meeting, which was held at the initiative of former general secretary of the BJP organization Ramlal, also discussed possible measures to reduce the differences between the two communities.

Earlier, Maulana Arshad Madani, leader of Jamiat Ulema Hind, a Muslim organization, also met Mohan Bhagwat on 30 August 2019 after reaching the Singh headquarters in Jhandewalan, Delhi. There was a lot of discussion on this meeting initiated by Muslim Rashtriya Manch leader Indresh Kumar. The meeting between the two top leaders was considered crucial from the perspective of maintaining peace between the two communities after the Supreme Court’s verdict on the Ram temple in Ayodhya (November 9, 2019) came ahead.

There is talk that Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat may also meet some Muslim leaders of Kashmir in the coming days. It is considered important from the point of view of maintaining peace in the Valley after the resumption of electoral politics in Kashmir. These leaders can play an important role in preventing Kashmiri separatist leaders from re-activating in the Valley and connecting the Kashmiri youth to the new India.

Trying to appease the Muslims

It is believed that RSS and BJP leaders are constantly trying to entertain Muslims. While Bhagwat talks about India not being complete without Muslims, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced at the BJP’s Hyderabad National Executive that the party’s mission should be to reach out to Muslims. Sending Kashmir leader Ghulam Ali Khatana to the Rajya Sabha is also an example of the same thinking of the Sangh Parivar to bring the Muslims closer. What is the reason for this shift towards Muslims in the Singh and BJP? Is this an attempt to improve India’s image in the international Muslim community or is Singh planning a major change through this?

Bhagwat said- The DNA of Hindus and Muslims is one.

Not that this was the first attempt by BJP and RSS to reach out to Muslims. Both organizations have been talking about Hindu-Muslim unity for a long time. In the BJP, since its inception, many Muslim leaders have been among its top leaders. Sikandar Bakht’s popularity among the general public may have been low, but his importance in the party organization remained the same as that of Atal Bihari Vajpayee and LK Advani.

Singh has also made it clear on several occasions that he has no problem with Muslims who regard India as their motherland and its culture as their own. This trend was started by Guru Golwalkar, which is reflected in the statement of RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat in 2018 when he said that India is incomplete without Muslims. He also tried to explain that Hindus and Muslims have the same DNA and both are the original inhabitants of this country. It is the responsibility of both of them to save the culture of this country.

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