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Upendra Bharti | HENB | Lucknow | July 12, 2016:: The All-India Sunni Ulema Council has posed six questions to the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) which is holding its week long All India Prant Prachark’s meeting in Kanpur.
Now, a letter from the council was sent to RSS chief Dr. Mohan Bhagwat on Monday. The council members had sought an appointment for a meeting with the RSS chief but when the same could not be fixed, the letter was sent to Mohan Bhagwat.
But, both the official websites of these two orgs (i.e. RSS and Sunni Council) do not reflect any news about this letter in question.
From the set questions, it is clear that the highest Sunni body in India is grossly concerned with the Hindu Rashtra matter affecting the Muslim psyche in India.
As per report, the Sunni council has sought to know the following six points from RSS Chief accordingly:
First question: Whether the RSS considers India to be a Hindu Rashtra.
Second question: What is the roadmap for establishing a Hindu Rashtra.
Third question: Whether the Hindu Rashtra would be run according to Hindu scriptures.
Fourth question: What type of rashtra prem (Patriotism-Nationalism) RSS wants from Muslims.
Fifth question: What is the RSS policy on conversion.
Sixth question: What is the RSS’s views on Islam.
Talking to reporters after submitting its questions to the RSS chief, council general secretary Haji Mohammed Salees said that about a year ago (Feb, 2015), the All-India Sunni Ulema Council had posed a same set of questions to the RSS and its leader Indresh Kumar had come for discussions. “However, he did not address our questions but said that a debate should be held on the issues. The discussions were never held,” he said.
He said that Muslims in the country wanted to know what the Sangh Parivar felt about these crucial issues (definitely Hindu Rashtra is the crucial issue for the Muslims; not the issues like Poverty, Illiteracy, Education, Employment, Crime, Terrorism, Women torture, ISIS, Taliban, Zakir Naik etc.) but RSS was obviously not interested in clearing the air.
He further said that if the Sangh Parivar wanted Muslims to remain a part of the social and political mainstream, it should directly address the issues mentioned in the letter.
“Certain issues like the Hindu Rashtra are continuously raised from time to time and now there is talk of common civil code. This creates confusion and insecurity among Muslims,” he said.
Interestingly, RSS opened its Muslim wing (though tells it as an independant organisation) named Muslim Rashtriya Manch (not Rashtriya Muslim Manch) in Dec 2002 under the initiatives of the then RSS Chief K S Sudarshan and its senior Pracharak (whole timer) Indresh Kumar. RSS claims that the MRM is trying hard to explore the ‘true nationalism’ among the Indian Muslims and to mix up the Muslim populace in the mainstream society breaking the Indian vice of Muslim vote bank politics and minority complex.
However, around 15% Muslims in India are generally interested to follow the Shraia law, holding Allah’s law above the constitution, reservation on religious basis and they do not tolerate even a proposal of single Hindu Rashtra in India for 1 billion Hindus in this world. But, they always justify more than 50 Islamic countries in this world with a Jihadi plan to make this world completely Islamic.
RSS must answer these above six questions within two months (middle of September). Whatever is their answer, the Hindu Existence Forum will give answers all these question on 1st Oct 2016.
Interesting Hindutvawadis, experts and antagonists all are welcome to convey their opinions for the six questions pointwise concerning a Hindu Rashtra debate, thankfully raised by a Muslim body.