Rajya Sabha MP and senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal also took a dig at the RSS chief’s remark urging people not to run after jobs. He asked what happened to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s promise of two crore jobs every year.
The opposition has targeted the statement of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat. Shiv Sena (Uddhav Thackeray faction) MP Sanjay Raut said that the things said by him are very important to maintain unity in the society, but who is doing the work of breaking the society? Only your people are doing it. So, first of all you explain this thing to those who are sitting in power.
In fact, Bhagwat had said during a program in Mumbai that Truth is God, Truth says that I am omnipresent, whatever may be the form, the ability is one, there is no high or low, on the basis of the scriptures some pundits tell, That is a lie. Stuck in the notion of superiority of caste, we got misled, the illusion has to be removed.
At the same time, Rajya Sabha MP and senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal also took a dig at the RSS chief’s comment, appealing people not to run after jobs. He asked what happened to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s promise of two crore jobs every year. Earlier, Bhagwat had said that lack of respect for labor is one of the main reasons for unemployment in the country. He urged people to respect all kinds of work irrespective of their nature. At the same time, he also asked to stop running after jobs.
At a public function in Mumbai, Bhagwat said that No work is called big or small Can be done, because it is done for the society. No matter what kind of work people do, it should be respected. He had said that everyone runs after jobs. Government jobs are only around 10 per cent, while other jobs are around 20 per cent. No society in the world can generate more than 30 per cent jobs.