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RSS Press Briefing on Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha (National Executive Council)


RSS held press briefing on ABPS (Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha) that is scheduled to commence in Coimbatore, Tamilnadu from 19th to 21st of March 2017.

RSS National leader for Media Relations Dr Manmohan Vaidya briefed the press.  Shri Nandakumar, Joint National leader for Media Relations, Shri Adalarasan, RSS State Secretary (Dakshin Tamilnadu) Shri Adalarasan were present during the press meet.

The three day National Council meet will be attended by 1400 representatives from 11 zones of 42 provinces.  Provincial heads of all states will participate.

On all three days, there will be exchange of experiences and ideas throughout the year on the Sangh work.  Each province will present its report in different fields of Sangh work.  Swayamsevaks working in different organizations will share their experiences.  A resolution on national issues will be discussed, debated and passed accordingly.

Inauguration of the National Council Meet will commence tomorrow, presided over by the General Secretary Shri Suresh Bhayyaji Joshi under the auspicious presence of Shri Mohan Bhagwat.

Elaborating on other facets of work like enhancing social harmony, protecting and nurturing native cow breeds, development of villages, family values swayamsevaks are continuously working and good results are seen, he said.

In a question to Kerala violence, Shri Nandakumar stated that on March 1, 2017 a protest demo were conducted all over the country.  585 programmes all over the country (other than Kerala and the states were elections went on) gave a raising call against state sponsored violence unleashed on Sangh swayamsevaks.  Four lakh people from all walks of life participated (wherein 50000 were women) participated against undemocratic, inhuman behavior on Sangh swayamsevaks.  In Kerala alone, 750 protest demos were conducted; huge door to door campaign; in 5000 villages around 6,50,000 houses were contacted. A welcome change has occurred in Government’s attitude on democratic expression of anger and anguish, he stated.