RSS Chief Bhagwat talked about issues ranging from over population, civilian killings in Jammu and Kashmir and increased consumption of OTT platforms to the need to regulate Bitcoin.

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on October 15 delivered his annual Vijayadashami speech at the organisation’s headquarters in Nagpur, Maharashtra.

The RSS chief highlighted the need for a culture that binds the nation together and promotes love”. He said that only “Sanatan Hindu culture” can save the world from radicalism, terrorism and intolerance, with its ability to “accept all”.

Some of the key takeaways from his speech were:

“Terrorists in J&K have restarted the spate of targeted killings of citizens, especially Hindus, to destroy their morale and re-establish the reign of terror in the Valley,” he said.

“There’s no control over what’s shown on OTT platforms. After Coronavirus even children have smartphones. The use of narcotics is rising. How to stop it? Money from such businesses is used for anti-national activities…All of this should be controlled,” he said.

“Bitcoin is a matter of concern. Which country, which system has control over bitcoin, I don’t know. I know the governments will find a way to control it eventually. But what till then?” he asked.

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