Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh 3 day meeting begins under Mohan Bhagwat

 Dharwad: Having the fresh topic of the recent attack on Hindus in Bangladesh, The All India Executive Committee of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh ( RSS ) began its three-day meeting at Rashtraotthana Vidya Kendra here. A senior Sangh functionary said that a resolution will be passed in this meeting on the subject of attacks on Hindus in Bangladesh. The session started here amidst Vedic chanting. More than 350 people from across the country including Sarsangh Chalak Mohan Bhagwat and Sir Karyavah Dattatray Hosabale are participating in this annual event. A resolution on the attacks on Hindus in Bangladesh will be passed, a top RSS leader said.

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Sangh's co-promotional chief Narendra Thakur told reporters before the meeting, "The meeting of the executive committee of the Sangh started here today. We will discuss in it the present situation, our future plans and the attacks on Hindus in Bangladesh.

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He said a resolution on the subject of attacks on Hindus in Bangladesh would also be passed in the meeting. Another official of the union said that every year the meeting of the National Executive Committee is held at the end of October. Last year, due to the restrictions related to Covid-19, this meeting was held online.

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