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Upananda Brahmachari | HENB | 14 Feb 2015:: Though the politicized media crews want to highlight BJP’s recent debacle in the Delhi polls and the future organisational strategy for next Uttar Pradesh Election in 2017 in the agenda of the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS)‘s three-day ‘Rashtra Raksha Chintan Shivir‘ on and form Sunday in Kanpur, the largest cadre based org of the world, RSS is likely to concentrate upon the grass root level of ‘shakhas‘ (1 hour daily field activities on physical and social culture) mechanism more powerful and more meaningful.
Alike last year of holding Chintan Shivir (a brainstorming session) here in ‘Awadh Prant‘, the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) is gearing up for this important session, this year also in Kanpur.
The three-day meeting, starting on February 15, will chalk out the organisation’s future strategy. The RSS chief, Dr Mohan Bhagwat, will interact with top leaders of its affiliate groups such as the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), the Bajrang Dal, Durga Vahini, Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) and Bhartiya Majdoor Sangh (BMS), VHP Awadh region secretary Bihari Mishra told the journalists here.
“It’s a pre-decided meeting in which all the active members of the RSS in eastern parts of Uttar Pradesh, right from Gorakhpur to Kanpur (Awadh Prant), will be participating for better co-ordination, social interaction and not for any political purpose” a RSS key functionary told HENB.
But, what will be the key points of these three day long discussion? Answering to this question, the RSS padahikary (office bearer) clarified that “making a viable Hindu Rashtra in Bharat is our agenda, whatever is required for this Practical Hindu Rashtra, we have to do it with all sacrifice and devotion to the Nation. In this Hindu Rashtra, Hindus will be free from any threat of poverty, Jihad or any evil means. Hindus will live in that Rashtra with full might and right.”
Struck by the question, whether the Akhilesh Govt is doing good for the Hindus, the strong retaliations erupt as Hindus are no more safe in Uttar Pradesh and its a new challenge or the Hindus to see the matters related to this state viz. 1. construction of Ram Janma Bhoomi Temple in Ayodhya, 2. growing menace of Love Jihad, 3. vitiating communal situation and Muslim appeasement, 4. unchecked cow slaughter in the land of Ram and Krishna and 5. reassessing the scope of Gharwapsi (homecoming-reconversion) in Uttar Pradesh.
This meet of RSS in Kanpur actually is designed to focus on ‘shakhas‘ being organised by the RSS, the RSS key person said, adding, “If shakhas are strong then there is no need to search for the active workers to solve any problem. So, our focus will be on the youth and how to get them associated directly with the RSS and its nation building programme”
RSS Sarsanghachalak (Chief) Dr. Mohan Bhagwat would address on 15 Feb at Railway Ground, Nirala Nagar, at 2 pm before more than 20,000 RSS workers and lay out future plans for the organisation. According to SP Kanpur (rural), Mr. Surendra Tiwari, elborate security arrangements have been made for Bhagwat’s visit.
As per source, RSS is to hold its Akhil Bhartiya Pratinidhi Sabha (Central Representative Body) in Nagpur on 15-17 March, 2015 to chalk out its annual strategy for 2105 and to elect its new Saha-Sara-karyavah (Assistant General Secretary) for next three years. Some 2000 Vibhag (cluster of 2-3 RSS districts) and higher office-bearers will attend that highest meet of RSS.
“The work of RSS is to unite the Hindu society and make it fearless, self-reliant and selfless, and the one which is ready to live and die for the country. It has to be brought into practice. What is the meaning of RSS shakhaa? We come together and forget everything else. Only ‘bhagwa (saffron) flag’ is in front of us and that is the symbol of pride,” said Bhagwat. Read full report here.
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