Now prepare to implement the decisions of the contemplation meeting

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Chitrakoot. Now the preparations for the implementation of the resolutions of the four-day contemplation meeting of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh have begun. After the departure of the Sangh leadership, officials from different provinces meet and formulate a strategy. To cope with the third corona wave, an awareness campaign will be carried out in the villages from September.
After the national contemplation meeting ended on Tuesday, Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat and other key officials left here. Thereafter, union officials from the central region of Chhattisgarh, Mahakaushal, Madhya Bharat and Malwa Province met on Wednesday at the Deendayal Research Institute campus.
According to sources, the former Sangh official Manmohan Vaidya also attended the meeting of officials of the Madhya Pradesh Unit on Wednesday. At the meeting, it was said that training young Sangh volunteers to deal with the third wave threat would be completed in August. In September their groups will begin to reach villages and settlements. Volunteer organizations are also involved in this awareness campaign.
From September, the Sangh will start the campaign to expand its service and organization. Therein it is planned to operate branches by reaching three lakh villages and residences. There will be sports, vandana, cultural programs and intellectual discussions.

Chitrakoot. Now the preparations for the implementation of the resolutions of the four-day contemplation meeting of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh have begun. After the departure of the Sangh leadership, officials from different provinces meet and formulate a strategy. To cope with the third corona wave, an awareness campaign will be carried out in the villages from September.

After the national contemplation meeting ended on Tuesday, Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat and other key officials left here. Thereafter, union officials from the central region of Chhattisgarh, Mahakaushal, Madhya Bharat and Malwa Province met on Wednesday at the Deendayal Research Institute campus.

According to sources, the former Sangh official Manmohan Vaidya also attended the meeting of officials of the Madhya Pradesh Unit on Wednesday. At the meeting, it was said that training young Sangh volunteers to deal with the third wave threat would be completed in August. In September their groups will begin to reach villages and settlements. Volunteer organizations are also involved in this awareness campaign.

From September, the Sangh will start the campaign to expand its service and organization. Therein it is planned to operate branches by reaching three lakh villages and residences. There will be sports, vandana, cultural programs and intellectual discussions.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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