15 countries of the world ready to become Hindu Rashtra – Swami Nischalananda

Kolkata: Shankaracharya Swami Nischalananda Saraswati of Puri, who arrived in West Bengal to take a royal bath on the occasion of Makar Sankranti at the ongoing Gangasagar Mela, has stressed the concept of Hindu Nation. Shankaracharya Swamy has said that he has held video conferencing talks with top representatives of 52 countries in which representatives of 15 countries including Mauritius, Bhutan have categorically stated that if India declares itself a Hindu nation, they will also move in this direction.

According to media reports, Swami Nischalananda Saraswati spoke about Nepal, the world’s only Hindu nation, and said Nepal is now becoming a puppet of China. Our foreign policy has come down on that. Swamiji has expressed his concern over targeting Hindus in neighbouring Bangladesh. He has expressed displeasure over the targeting of Hindu temples and deities and the demolition of statues in Bangladesh.

Shankaracharya Swami Nischalananda Saraswati says that the humiliation of Hindu gods and goddesses will not be tolerated anywhere in the world. He says that if minorities live comfortably in India, why can’t Hindus live in Bangladesh? He said that after all Bangladesh came out of India.

Source : News Track

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