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Haridwar, August 13
Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh supremo Mohan Bhagwat, in his visit to Haridwar, tried to unite saints in order to give directions to the youth of the country.
Bhagwat held joint meeting with met saints and akhada heads in Bharat Mata Mandir, dwelling on various topics related to the RSS and the interests of Hindus.
About 24 leaders of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) were also called on to participate in this meeting.
The RSS national chief said the saint community had to come forward to direct the younger generation.
On the Kashmir issue, Bhagwat said Jammu and Kashmir was an integral part of the country and anti-national forces would be allowed to carry out their nefarious designs there.
Former Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Swami Chinmayanand assisted Bhagwat in bringing Akhada chiefs together at one platform.
Meanwhile, Bhagwat retracted from his pro Nitish Kumar statement and Swami Chinmayanand praised Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, terming him a development-oriented leader.
Swami Chinmayanand said good work should be appreciated which Nitish Kumar was doing in Bihar and Narendra Modi in Gujarat.


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