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RSS Sarsanghchalak arrived at Jammu for a four-day visit

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Jammu. RSS Sarsanghchalak Dr. Mohan Bhagwat Ji arrived at Jammu on a four-day visit to the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir. After landing at Jammu, Dr. Mohan Bhagwat Ji straightway reaches Keshav Bhawan at Ambhpalla at 2 pm.

During his four-day stay at Jammu, he will discuss various issues with the top leadership of J&K. He will interact with the RSS Swayamsevaks to get first-hand knowledge of the role played by the Sangh workers during the first and second waves of the COVID-19 pandemic.

During his stay, the Sarsanghchalak will get feedback about various projects initiated by the RSS in the Union Territory of J&K in the fields of village development, service (Sewa), public awareness, health, ecology, water conservation, social equality, education, etc. He will review the performance of these projects in Jammu and Kashmir and give his valuable suggestions to further accelerate service (Sewa) projects in different parts of the UT.

As per the tradition of the RSS, every year the Sarsanghchalak and Sarkaryavah travel all the provinces of the country as part of organizational work and to interact with prominent persons. Following the same tradition, this year Sarsanghchalak Ji’s visit has been fixed in Jammu and Kashmir province. First time after the Corona period, Sarsanghchalak is coming to Jammu. Earlier in the year 2016, he had arrived in Jammu.

The formal meetings of the Sarsanghchalak with representatives of various organizations will start on October 1. Apart from various organizational meetings, Sarsanghchalak will address a seminar at General Zorawar Singh Auditorium, Jammu University on October 2. On October 3, Sarsanghchalak Ji will address Swayamsevak of the Sangh through online mode across Jammu and Kashmir province. Swayamsevak will gather at Mandals and Bastis level to listen to the online address of Sarsanghchalak Ji. Sarsanghchalak Ji will also interact with Pracharaks of the province as well as with selected dignitaries.

 

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