गुरुवार, 12 जून 2014

Nagpur: RSS Sangh Shiksha Varg Concludes, Sarasanghachalak Bhagwat, Sri Sri Ravishankar attends Valedictory

Nagpur: RSS Sangh Shiksha Varg Concludes, Sarasanghachalak Bhagwat, Sri Sri Ravishankar attends Valedictory

Date posted: June 12, 2014 | Short URL: http://samvada.org/?p=21342 | Share: Facebook Twitter
Nagpur June 12: Annual Training camp Sangh Shiksha Varg concludes at Reshimbagh at Nagpur this evening. Sri Sri Ravishankar ji, RSS Sarasanghachalak Mohan Bhagwat, Nagpur Mahanagar Sanghachalak were present on the dais during the valedictory held at Reshimbagh grounds, Nagpur.
Sri Sri Ravishankar addressing the RSS Sangha Shiksha Varg valedictory
Sri Sri Ravishankar addressing the RSS Sangha Shiksha Varg valedictory
In his brief speech Sri Sri Ravishankar said ‘RSS was engaged in crafting good nationalists for a long time and along with that they have contributed many able leaders who brought changes in the country which is unbelievable and the process is still on which we have seen recently also ‘
‘Whatever RSS swayamsevaks do, they devote themselves completely in to that. Whether it is the drill we have seen now or during tsunami or during flood. They do it with the same devotion’ said Sri Sri Ravishankar.
RSS Sarasanghachalak Mohan Bhagwat addressed the valedictory, said “Shivaji decided to lead the nation and rouse from the common man against the evils of the nation. Today we see a person similar to that rose from a poor family to lead the nation. Now we are lead by our own man not a videshi body and soul”


Sangh Shiksha Varg Samarop Nagpur-June-12-2014
Sangh Shiksha Varg Samarop Nagpur-June-12-2014
RSS Chief Bhagwat further added, “The development, reform or upliftment of the society can be made better by the people of the society only.”
(Details will be updated  later)
Nearly 716 RSS volunteers are taking part in the camp, which includes 144  Swayamsevaks from Central India comprising Malwa Prant.  The highest number of participants – 144 – was from Central India comprising Malwa, Madhya Bharat, Mahakaushal and Chattisgarh. Among those attending are 460 professionals, including six doctors, 14 engineers, a chartered accountant and 14 lawyers, while 91 are self-employed. There were as many as 147 teachers, five journalists, 49 agriculturists and 153 students.

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