RSS, VHP pay glowing tributes to Nirankari Baba Hardev Singh

New Delhi: On Tuesday RSS paid glowing tributes to Nirankari saint Baba Hardev Singh, who died in a road accident in Canada last week, saying his contribution towards society, mankind and spiritual world would remain unforgettable.

In their joint condolence message RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat and his deputy Suresh Bhayyaji Joshi said his demise has caused an irreparable loss to the spiritual world.

A file photo of Nirankari baba. Photo credit: Facebook, Nirankari Baba Hardev Singh

A file photo of Nirankari baba. Photo credit: Facebook, Nirankari Baba Hardev Singh

"The departure of the Nirankari Baba is like an irreparable loss to a valuable asset of the spiritual world. His life in the Indian saintly tradition enlightened lakhs of people and will continue to do so for ages and his works in the service of humanity will continue to be carried out. On behalf of all RSS Swayamsevaks, we pray that his soul may rest in peace," they said in their message.

Vishwa Hindu Parishad also paid homage to the Nirankari saint and spiritual leader Baba Hardev Singh, with its leaders doing the last 'darshan' and offering their condolences in Burari.

VHP International vice president Om Prakash Singhal expressed sorrow on the untimely demise of the leader who dedicated his entire life to world peace and humanity. He prayed to God to inspire everyone to follow his path and wished the departed soul may rest in peace.

Baba Hardev Singh, head of Nirankari Mission, was killed in a road accident in Canada on 13 May.

Updated Date: May 18, 2016 11:23 AM

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