Indore, November 27, 2012: In a mammoth RSS gathering, around 70,000 RSS volunteers are expected to take part, in which RSS Sarasanghachalak Mohan Bhagwat will address on January 6 at super corridor at Indore.
Addressing media persons here on Monday, Prant Sanghachalak (Malwa region) Ashok Sohani said the event aims to infuse self confidence among volunteers. “The magnitude of the event, which is going to be addressed by the Sarsanghachalak Mohan Bhagwat, aims to inculcate confidence among people,” said Sohani adding that the programme would start at 2 pm on January 6. The volunteers would report at the venue by around 12.30 pm. “The function would get over by 4.30 pm soon after the address of RSS chief.”
The RSS volunteers would have to register themselves, while no registration is required for common people.
On whether chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has been invited for the programme, Sohani said there is no formal invitation.
Replying to a query on Bangladeshi infiltrators, the Prant Sanghachalak said the state has registered an increase in the number of Bangladeshi infiltrators recently. However, he said there is no specific data related to infiltration, but said the number of infiltrators have gone up in Indore too.
Referring to the increase in number of shakhas, Sohani said the state has registered increase in the number of shakhas for its volunteers across 26 districts. “In Indore division alone, 250 shakhas are held daily,” informed the Prant Sanghachalak. (In puts from http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/indore/RSS-chief-to-address-volunteers-on-January-6/articleshow/17380851.cms)