Urban Naxals and ‘Neo-Left’ are now waging ‘Mantrayudha’ Against Bharat, Says Sarsanghachalak Dr Mohan Bhagwat
When the violent activities in remote forest areas were dealt with firmly, those leading and abetting violence were seen at the forefront of these agitations, as votaries of Urban Naxalism
Pune Police in the past has arrested 'Urban Naxals' for Mobilising Militant Muslims And Dalits To Overthrow the Government
The establishment running the country and the society at large need to show alacrity in assuring progress, empathetic response, transparent and respectful behaviour in the efforts for upliftment of the weaker sections of the society. The lack of all this makes it easy to sow and grow the seeds of doubt, detachment, imprudence, rebellion, hatred and violence in these sections that are severely affected due to the deprivation, injustice and negligence. Taking advantage of this, the forces with selfish motives desirous of using them as cannon fodder in the anti-national and criminal activities play deceitful games among them.
This trend can be understood by everyone from the continuous efforts during the last 4 years to give a specific tone to the agitations originated in some undesirable incident in the society, old and new issues bothering different sections of the society and long-standing or emerging demands. But this time an atmosphere of divergence, separatism, violence, acerbic hatred and going to the extent of fuelling anti-national sentiments is being created by exploiting these grievances.
When the violent activities in remote forest areas were dealt with firmly, those leading and abetting violence were seen at the forefront of these agitations, as votaries of Urban Naxalism. Through such incidents getting instantaneously violent, thought leadership in all sections of the society - which by and large stays within the social order and civic discipline - is sought to be suddenly discredited.
To establish a new, unfamiliar, uncontrolled, outrightly biased Naxal leadership with blind followers solely committed to them is the ‘Neo-Left’ doctrine of these urban Naxals. Their cohorts already established in social and other media, intellectual circles and other institutions are associated with such activities from start to finish.
RSS Sarsanghachalak Shri Mohan Bhagwat delivering his Vijayadashami speech in Nagpur
Through the manufacturing of vicious and hostile atmosphere that weakens and destroys the social cohesion - essentially the bedrock of internal security of a nation – a world of psychological warfare is being carved out. This is called as ‘Mantrayuddh’ in our traditional Rajneeti Shastras
Treasonous activity by taking help from enemies of the nation is considered as an additional skill. It can be unmistakably seen if we investigate the source of the content and narration in their social media campaigns. So the emerging conclusion is this is a bigger canny conspiracy in collusion with forces from within and outside the country.
Through the manufacturing of vicious and hostile atmosphere that weakens and destroys the social cohesion - essentially the bedrock of internal security of a nation – a world of psychological warfare is being carved out. This is called as ‘Mantrayuddh’ in our traditional Rajneeti Shastras.
To eliminate such tendencies, the Government and administration have to alertly ensure that such incidents, of which trouble mongers can take advantage, do not take place. Slowly, in the absence of any support from society, these incendiary elements will be completely defused. But accurate and complete mitigation of these circumstances is possible only when all sections of the society interact with the disposition of kinship and goodwill in thought and heart.
In this connection, every citizen and politician may remember the famous speech by Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar delivered on November 25, 1949 wherein he advocates that without all pervasive fraternity in the society, it is not conceivable for the country to move in the direction of justice, freedom and equality and to attain social democracy along with political and economic democracy. Bhagini Nivedita has also considered civic consciousness as the manifestation of patriotism in the daily life of a citizen.