RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat | Photo: PTI

By Manish Godha / Free Press Journal

Jaipur: Amidst tight security, an important 3-day meeting of Prant Pracharaks of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh started at Jhunjhunu’s Khemi Shakti Mandir on Thursday.

The meeting began with the experience sharing of all the 45 Prachraks regarding the Sangh Shiksha Vargas (Training camps) organized across the country.

The training camps of RSS were held this year after a gap of two years due to the Covid pandemic, so the experience sharing was important. The top leadership was briefed about the new initiatives that were taken up in different states like eco-friendly training camps and camps for different age groups. Besides this, the ground report of different provinces was also given by the Pracharks.

As per the sources, RSS functionaries will discuss the activities for the next year and along with this, there will be a review of the three-year plan of expansion, strengthening and social participation till the centenary year (2025) of the Sangh in the next two days. The three-day meeting will conclude on July 9.

The security is tight at the venue of the meeting and no one is being allowed other than the desired representatives. The outcomes of the meeting will be briefed on the last day.

The meeting assumes importance as apart from the Prant Pracharks, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat and top leadership of the body, the all India organization secretaries of all other organizations associated with RSS are also attending the meeting. These include Atul Jog of Vanvasi Kalyan Ashram, Surendran of Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh, Ashish of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad, Dinesh Kulkarni of Bhartiya Kisan Sangh, Gobind Mohanty of Vidya Bharti, Milind Parande of Vishwa Hindu Parishad and BL Santosh of BJP.

Besides this, it is taking place just after the gruesome killing of Kanhiyalal and the recent developments after the incident.

Although the leaders of the RSS are saying that the meeting was prescheduled and focused on organizational activities. It has nothing to do with the recent happenings.

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