Workers are trained to deal with the third wave

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Chitrakoot. The operation of the branches was stopped during the Corona period. Now the sangh workers of the third wave will stand firm. Workers across the country are trained to do this. This training will be completed in August.
Jan Jagran will be shown in villages and settlements from September. Jan Jagran Abhiyan also starts working with voluntary organizations. Trained workers will reach around 2.5 lakh locations and take care of the rescue from the third wave. There was a lot of brainstorming and discussion on the subject on the third day of the Sangh National Contemplation Meeting. Sunil Ambekar, the Sangh’s All India Publicity Head, said that in addition to the organizational activities, the corona epidemic was also reviewed at the meeting.
In a possible third wave, it was decided to work with the administration and administration and to help the victims. The Prachar Pramukh announced that 34,454 branches of the Sangh rule the country. 27,166 Shakhas are organized in the ground. It works online too. Said 10,130 weekly meetings will be organized. Of these, 6510 programs started directly on the site. Said there are 3620 programs in e-Milan. There are 9637 Kutumb Milans across the country.
Inspired patriotism for the students
Chitrakoot. At the National Contemplation Meeting, there was brainstorming on topics such as intellectual knowledge of new workers, participation in social activities, etc. through the branches of Sangh in the Sangh training class. Students were asked to inspire patriotism. Intellectual knowledge was said about knowledge of Indian culture including what is happening in the world, what could happen next, etc. The curriculum had to be changed. Yoga and the use of Ayurvedic medicines have been advocated for staying healthy. (Conversation)
Sangh’s charioteer also does shramdaan
Chitrakoot. At the contemplation meeting in Arogyadham, union officials also do shramdaan daily. The planting and cleaning of the Mandakini River and Parikrama Marg is carried out. On the other hand, information is given about the health benefits of Panchagavya Kriya. Sangh officials take away information about the use of cow urine and other Ayurvedic herbs. Many public officials have also experienced this method. (Conversation)

Chitrakoot. The operation of the branches was stopped during the Corona period. Now the sangh workers of the third wave will stand firm. Workers across the country are trained to do this. This training will be completed in August.

Jan Jagran will be shown in villages and settlements from September. Jan Jagran Abhiyan also starts working with voluntary organizations. Trained workers will reach around 2.5 lakh locations and take care of the rescue from the third wave. On the third day of the Sangh’s National Thinking Meeting, there was a lot of brainstorming and discussion on the subject. Sunil Ambekar, the Sangh’s All India Publicity Head, said that in addition to the organizational activities, the corona epidemic was also reviewed at the meeting.

In a possible third wave, it was decided to work with the administration and administration and to help the victims. The Prachar Pramukh announced that 34,454 branches of the Sangh rule the country. 27,166 Shakhas are organized in the ground. It works online too. Said 10,130 weekly meetings will be organized. Of these, 6510 programs started directly on the site. Said there are 3620 programs in e-Milan. There are 9637 Kutumb Milans across the country.

Inspired patriotism for the students

Chitrakoot. At the National Contemplation Meeting, there was brainstorming on topics such as intellectual knowledge of new workers, participation in social activities, etc. through the branches of Sangh in the Sangh training class. The students were asked to motivate them to be patriotistic. Intellectual knowledge was said about knowledge of Indian culture including what is happening in the world, what could happen next, etc. The curriculum had to be changed. Yoga and the use of Ayurvedic medicines have been advocated for staying healthy. (Conversation)

Sangh’s charioteer also does shramdaan

Chitrakoot. At the contemplation meeting in Arogyadham, the Sangh officials also do shramdaan daily. The planting and cleaning of the Mandakini River and the Parikrama Marg is carried out. On the other hand, information is given about the health benefits of Panchagavya Kriya. Sangh officials take away information about the use of cow urine and other Ayurvedic herbs. Many public officials have also experienced this method. (Conversation)

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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