चीन की आसुरी शक्तियों का मुकाबला मंत्रो से करे- इन्दरेश कुमार- आरएसएस
Ward off the ‘asura’, or demon, of China with a ‘mantra’. ; RSS Leader
RSS creates new mantra to ‘ward off the Chinese demon’ to be chanted by Indians FIVE times before prayers ;
photo; Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) leader Indresh Kumar
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The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) wants to ward off the ‘asura’, or demon, of China with a new ‘mantra’.
It had previously advocated a policy of economic assault on Beijing by encouraging Indians to shun the use of Chinese goods and materials in daily lives, and now even in the process of praying.
But it has now come up with a mantra to be chanted five times before prayers, be it a Hindu household’s daily offerings to God or a Muslim’s namaz.
Even as the rejection of Chinese manufactures used in such daily affairs as household worshipping rituals is meant to attack the ubiquitous presence of China-made goods, thereby denying the neighbour one of the largest consumer markets in the world, it also aims to educate Indians in things they use without knowing them to be of Chinese origin.
RSS has maintained that while war is undesirable, if push comes to shove, the country is ready and has, therefore, come out to support the hard stance assumed by India on the tri-junction (India-Bhutan-China) confrontation in the Doklam plateau.
‘Kailash, Himalaya and Tibet be delivered from the demonic clutches of China’. This is the mantra or ‘sankalp’, translated into ‘resolve’, that the RSS wants every Indian to chant five times before starting their prayers.
‘This will not just hurt the core interest of China, but also infuse spiritual energy in the efforts and will create positive action,’ senior RSS pracharak and national executive member Indresh Kumar told Mail Today.
He continued: ‘China has adopted a fundamentally imperialist and expansionist character. It has moved away from Confucianism and has become a votary of violence.
‘The recent entanglement with India has brought India several friends and China has lost many. They have shown that they are neither with India nor the world; rather want to continue the politics of violence.’
‘They have captured the territory of several countries such as India, Nepal, Bhutan, apart from having captured Tibet. Doklam was saved from their clutches only as Indian and Bhutanese soldiers pre-empted Chinese design,’ he added.
Kumar believes that China has already been cornered in its recent misadventure among the comity of nations, but the best way to attack the Chinese is to encourage every Indian to resolve to use only Swadeshi or India-made goods and reject Chinese manufactures of all kinds.
‘The people of India have come to realise the impending danger that China poses. At a meet in Agra in UP a few days ago, it was decided that no one in India, from any caste, creed or religion should use Chinese goods in daily prayers,’ said Kumar.
‘Due to invasion of Chinese materials in India, almost three crore Indians and Nepalese nationals have lost their livelihood. People of India must also resolve to boycott Chinese goods during the celebration of their chief festivals such as Rakhi, Diwali, Eid or Guru Parv etc.
‘We are capable of breaking China’s back not only by confrontation, but by following the non-violent path charted by Lord Buddha.’
Kumar also said the hitherto supporters of China too have now started looking at it with suspicion.
‘China has for long blessed Pakistan with resources and material which have been used to destabilise India through terrorism.
‘Now, Pakistan included, all nations who have so far colluded with China, fear that the imperialist nation might be using them to counteract India, but might annex them partially or completely in the process,’ he added.
He went on: ‘We support the non-compromising attitude of the Indian government towards the Indo-China standoff in Doklam and even otherwise. The diplomacy of India and the tough stand it has taken have baffled and disturbed China which is evident in the chiding remarks that they are giving in the media.
‘Chinese disrespect for human rights and democracy have exposed it in front of the world. The world now has come to recognise it to be inhuman, undemocratic and given to violent means.’
The economic arm of the RSS, Swadeshi Jagaran Manch, has started collecting signatures from Indians to elicit support for shunning Chinese produce.
According to manch functionaries, the body has so far collected over one crore signatures in favour of a complete boycott of China-made manufactures and plans to corner another 1.5crore signatures in a few days.
The manch has also called for China to be put on the list of hostile or enemy nations and thus demanded a complete suspension of trade links with the dragon.
Sources said while RSS volunteers were so far involved in collection of signatures for the campaign, soon the manch would educate people to strike out on their own across the country.
‘Indians are coming alive to the real danger that China and its cheap manufactures dumped in India so far pose to the integrity as well as livelihood of the country.
‘So far one crore people have resolved to shun these goods. In a sign of how this can hurt China, only a partial boycott of Chinese goods last Diwali hurt the trade by 15 to 20 per cent,’ said SJM coconvenor Ashwani Mahajan.
Mahajan came out strongly against the economic policy India has assumed towards China.
‘It is strange that we are importing Rs 42,000 crore of goods from a country that is behaving like our enemy. China has invested in several sensitive sectors of India such as telecom, transport and railways,’ Mahajan said.
‘We have given Chinese contract to supply coach for Mahashtra metro project. We do not approve of this. We have written to the government raising our concerns. Look at Americans: they passed ‘Buy American Act’ in 1933 that was aimed at giving a fillip to indigenous products and domestic industries.’
Mahajan took the past Congress governments in crosshair, alleging the past regimes favoured Chinese investments in India.
‘The last government stipulated such conditions for tenders to several projects, which could be fulfilled by Chinese companies only and this was done to profit these interests.
Chinese companies are getting tenders in sensitive sectors and thus detrimental to India’s security,’ he added.
Mahajan went on: ‘China has been scuttling our efforts at various levels, from the issue of declaring Masood Azhar terrorist to our entry in the Nuclear Suppliers Group. Chinese goods are throwing our youths out of jobs and employment.
Boycotting Chinese goods means encouragement to our own manufacturing sector in the same proportion as the boycott.’
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