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Owaisi And Digvijaya Back RSS Chief's 'No One Is Happy' Remark Amid Nation-wide Protests

After RSS chief Mohan Bhagawat's 'No one is happy' remark, AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Saturday claimed that even RSS could not ignore the reality

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After RSS chief Mohan Bhagawat's 'No one is happy' remark, AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Saturday claimed that even BJP's ideological parent - RSS could not ignore ground reality anymore. He urged Bhagwat to tell people why everyone was agitating. Taking a jibe at the Home Minister, he claimed it was not because of India's 'bettering' economy.

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RSS chief: 'No one is happy'

On Saturday, while addressing a gathering in Ahmedabad, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat expressed concern about "violence and dissatisfaction" in society, amid the rampant CAA protests in India. He said everyone is unhappy in the society and constantly agitating notwithstanding a "many-fold rise" in materialistic comforts and pleasures.  The lecture was organised by "Madhav Smruti Nyas", an organization backed by the RSS on "India's Role in the Present World Context".

"No one is happy. Everyone is agitating. Mill owners and workers are agitating, employers and employees are agitating, the government and public are agitating. Students and teachers are agitating. Everyone is unhappy and dissatisfied," he said.

RSS chief raises concern over violence & unrest in society, says 'Everyone is unhappy'

Digvijaya Singh on RSS

Slamming the RSS and PM Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah, Congress leader Digvijaya Singh said that Home Minister Amit Shah said that RSS was responsible for the current state of India. He urged the RSS to stop supporting BJP, claiming the 'ground beneath their feet will crumble'. He also pointed out that Bhagwat's comment was made in Gujarat - indicating at some tussle.

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