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WATCH: 'India Is Moving Forward, But Some Groups Don't Want Peace' Says RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat

Written By Aishwaria Sonavane | Mumbai | Published:

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat sent a stern message to the 'forces dividing the country' in his address. 

While addressing the masses, the RSS chief said that although the world is growing to attain peace and amity, some forces are pulling the country back.

He said, "It has been 70 years, we're moving forward in the world there was peace and friendship was attained but some groups don't want peace. They are trying hard and want anger to be maintained in the country, they don't want the country to prosper and efforts are being taken for that."

He further added, "The whole world knows about it and is suffering from it, but only India has the capacity to defeat such groups." 

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The message comes after the Delhi police filed charge sheet in the 2016 JNU sedition case against Kanhaiya Kumar, Umar Khalid and eight others as main accused, and subsequent to the controversy over the Delhi government not giving its sanction for the charge sheet to be filed.

Pertaining to the probe, Republic Bharat accessed videos, that show the slogans that were hurled. The videos include the anti-India slogans raised in February 2016 at a pro-Afzal Guru protest at the public institution. 

A total of four videos have been accessed, and one of them has damning evidence of the accused individuals shouting anti-India slogans. In this very particular footage, a group of around 50 people could be seen protesting against the death sentence handed to 2001 Parliament attack culprit Afzal Guru.

"....ham kya chahte, azaadi. Ham kya chahte, azaadi. Afzal tere khoon se, inqelaab ayega. Afzal tere khoon se, inqelaab ayega. Afzal ham sharminda hai, tere kaatil zinda. Afzal ham sharminda hai, tere kaatil zinda hai," the protestors could be heard as saying.

Following a brief stoppage, they got started again, and this time around, shouted slogans which clearly proved that anti-national slogans were chanted at the venue.

"Bharat tere tukde honge, Inshallah, Inshallah. Bharat tere tukde honge, Inshallah, Inshallah," could be heard in the video accessed by Republic TV.

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