India Today misquoted RSS Chief, Minority Commission sought an apology

NewsDesk    14-Oct-2020
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The National Commission for Minorities has issued a notice on India Today regarding a misquote of RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat in their official Twitter account.
India Today on its website quoted Mohan Bhagwat: "Indian Muslims are the most content in the world. Bhagwat also asserted that there is no condition that anyone has to accept the superiority of Hindus to stay in India and the Constitution doesn't say so."
In a tweet, it misquoted him “Our Constitution did not say that only Hindus can stay here; hereafter only Hindus will be heard here; if you(muslims) want to stay here, then you have to accept the superiority of Hindus,” Bhagwat said.”

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The Minority Commission on its notice informed that a complaint has been received from RP Singh regarding the alleged misquotation of the RSS chief and asked the media giant to apologize.
Complainant RP Singh has informed in his tweet that the tweet has been removed by India Today, but he is concerned that screenshot of the quote can be misused later on.