Emphasis on keeping the process of donations and expenses in the construction of Shri Ram Temple transparent

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Chitrakoot. Sarkaryavah Dattatreya Hosabole by RSS (Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh), Dr. Manmohan Vaidya, in addition to the Secretary General of the Shri Ram Mandir Trust, reached Champat Rai to take part in the Akhil Bharatiya Prant Pracharak meeting. After meeting with RSS chief Dr. Mohan Bhagwat he discussed the agenda for the next meeting. Mainly the ongoing work on the construction of the Shri Ram Temple in Ayodhya was checked. It was discussed to keep the process of donations and expenditures in the construction of the Shri Ram temple transparent. In preparing the grassroots agenda, he will visit the homes of those who died of the corona epidemic across the country and offer his condolences. This also includes the agenda of a group of provincial activists who go to their place of residence with some local workers.
In the run-up to the RSS chief’s meeting on Wednesday, vigilance reigns over the upcoming elections in five states of the country. In particular, all high-ranking officials of the union are consulted for the renewed victory of the UP. Intensive brainstorming takes place on the functioning of the UP-MP government including the center and the coordination with the union.
Before the main meeting, all asked their respective provincial languages ​​to give an account of the work of the year and to make suggestions for establishing new dimensions soon. Then he discussed with the Sangh boss Dr. Mohan Bhagwat on the corona epidemic. Discussions have been held to turn this disaster into an opportunity and to extend Sangh aid to the people.
It was reported that a detailed discussion of the ongoing construction of the Shri Ram Temple in Ayodhya had taken place on Wednesday in the presence of the Sangh chief and others at the Arogyadham complex of Chitrakoot. Recently, the Sangh expressed grave concern over allegations of corruption related to the purchase of temple land. Sangh officials said the matter needs to be made more transparent by Shri Ram Mandir Trust Secretary General Champat Rai so that the right message can be sent to the public. Those who are called upon to help build the temple should go to them and respect them. In addition, many provincial and regional activists continued to arrive on Wednesday. The Annual General Meeting will take place from July 9th to July 12th. To this end, the Sangh chief will also give his first address to all officials on July 8th.
Saffron got well
Chitrakoot / Khohi. The Arogyadham complex was made saffron for the RSS Rashtriya Chintan meeting. From the street to the whereabouts of the RSS chief Dr. Mohan Bhagwat, in which the saffron flag is waving, six gates were built. Vasudha Kailash Kutir, Payaswani Mandakini etc. Resorts in Arogyadham are decorated with flowers and saffron doors. Precautions have been taken to stop all major Sangh-related officials in these cottages. The four halls inside the Arogyadham have also been equipped with the latest facilities, but so far the task of volunteers from different provinces has also been set. Suresh Soni, RSS’s national head of propaganda, has been given responsibility for the internal arrangements. They try to finalize the agreements by holding meetings with volunteers as well as DRI staff every two hours. Panchavati’s rooms were also kept free from July 8th to 14th. Many provincial and regional activists, including Sarkaryavah Dattatreya Hosabole of the Sangh, will attend the meeting of the All India Province Pracharak of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. In view of the corona epidemic, around 300 activists will attend this meeting online. (Conversation)

Chitrakoot. Sarkaryavah Dattatreya Hosabole by RSS (Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh), Dr. Manmohan Vaidya, in addition to the Secretary General of the Shri Ram Mandir Trust, reached Champat Rai to take part in the Akhil Bharatiya Prant Pracharak meeting. After meeting with RSS chief Dr. Mohan Bhagwat he discussed the agenda for the next meeting. The main focus was on the ongoing work on the construction of the Shri Ram Temple in Ayodhya. It was discussed to keep the process of donations and expenditures in the construction of the Shri Ram temple transparent. In preparing the basic agenda, he will visit the homes of those who died from the coronavirus epidemic across the country and offer his condolences. This also includes the agenda of a group of provincial activists who go to their place of residence with some local workers.

In the run-up to the RSS chief’s meeting on Wednesday, vigilance reigns over the upcoming elections in five states of the country. In particular, all high-ranking officials of the union are consulted for the renewed victory of the UP. Intensive brainstorming takes place on the functioning of the UP-MP government including the center and the coordination with the union.

Before the main meeting, all asked their respective provincial languages ​​to give an account of the work of the year and to make suggestions for establishing new dimensions soon. Then he discussed with the Sangh boss Dr. Mohan Bhagwat on the corona epidemic. Discussions have been held to turn this disaster into an opportunity and to extend Sangh aid to the people.

It was reported that a detailed discussion of the ongoing construction of the Shri Ram Temple in Ayodhya had taken place on Wednesday in the presence of the Sangh chief and others at the Arogyadham complex of Chitrakoot. Recently, the Sangh expressed grave concern over allegations of corruption related to the purchase of temple land. Sangh officials said the matter needs to be made more transparent by Shri Ram Mandir Trust Secretary General Champat Rai so that the right message can be sent to the public. Those who are called upon to help build the temple should go to them and respect them. In addition, many provincial and regional activists continued to arrive on Wednesday. The Annual General Meeting will take place from July 9th to July 12th. To this end, the Sangh chief will also give his first address to all officials on July 8th.

Saffron got well

Chitrakoot / Khohi. The Arogyadham complex was made saffron for the RSS Rashtriya Chintan meeting. From the street to the whereabouts of the RSS chief Dr. Mohan Bhagwat, in which the saffron flag is waving, six gates were built. Vasudha Kailash Kutir, Payaswani Mandakini etc. Resorts in Arogyadham are decorated with flowers and saffron doors. Precautions have been taken to stop all major Sangh-related officials in these cottages. The four halls inside the Arogyadham have also been equipped with the latest facilities, but so far the task of volunteers from different provinces has also been set. Responsibility for the internal arrangements has been given to Suresh Soni, RSS’s national propaganda chief. They try to finalize the agreements by holding meetings with volunteers as well as DRI staff every two hours. Panchavati’s rooms were also kept free from July 8th to 14th. Many provincial and regional activists, including Sarkaryavah Dattatreya Hosabole of the Sangh, will attend the meeting of the All India Province Pracharak of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. In view of the corona epidemic, around 300 activists will attend this meeting online. (Conversation)

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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