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RSS to pass resolution on situation and sufferings of Hindu Society in West Bengal

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Coimbatore. Annual meeting of Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha (ABPS), of RSS begun today at Coimbatore presided by Suresh Joshi Ji under the auspicious presence of RSS Sarsanghachalak Dr. Mohan Bhagwat Ji. RSS Sarsanghachalak Mohan Bhagwat Ji and Sarakaryavah Suresh Bhaiyyaji Joshi will chair the 3-day proceedings. State level office bearers of RSS across the nation, National office bearers of RSS inspired (Sangh Parivar) organizations, selected representatives elected from RSS Shakhas of all regions of the country and few others will attend all the three days of the meeting. Nearly 1400 representatives from 40 organisations participate in the meeting.

RSS Sah Sarkaryavah V Bhagiah Ji addressed the Press after inauguration of the National Council Meet in Coimbatore.

Addressing the Press, he detailed on the increase of Sangh Shakhas throughout the country. In the last 10 years, the Sangh work is continuously increasing phase by phase. Apart from expansion, consolidation of Sangh work is going on. Last year in Prathmic Shiksha Varg 1 lakh youth participated throughout the country. 17500 trainees participated in the 20 day training camps held throughout the country. 4130 trainees participated in the second year regional camps across the country. 973 trainees participated in the third year training camp at Nagpur. 57,233 Shakhas, 14896 weekly milans and 8226 monthly mandalis are running throughout the country. Seva Karyas run by swayamsevaks at 19121 seva bastis.

On passing of a resolution in the National Council Meet, he said that the situation in Bengal on Hindus are alarming. Violence, loot, murder, muslim appeasement are high. Government Machinery and Police are being mute spectators on attacks against Hindus and Hindu festivals (recently at Dhulagarh and Kaliachak in West Bengal). To awaken the society and appeal to the Government, a resolution on the situation and sufferings of Hindu society in West Bengal will be passed.

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