‘Common Man has potentiality to bring Social Transformation’: RSS Chief Bhagwat at AlappuzhaDate posted: September 23, 2012 | Short URL: https://samvada.org/?p=12356 | Share:
Alappuzha, Kerala September 23: RSS Sarasanghachalak Mohan Bhagwat slammed Central government over poor policies over Bangaldesh Infiltrators in the country, said “People should be united to face challenges before the nation, an integrated effort is needed to resist all anti-national activities. Through self motivation people should come to accept these social responsibilities and should aware of their duties. Common man has potentiality to bring social changes”.
RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat was addressing in a SAANGHIK, ‘Jagratha Sangamam’, which was held as part of the concluding ceremony of the RSS district level leaders camp on Sunday at the EMS stadium at Alappuzha in Kerala.
Bhagwat further added, “Inspired by life and message of Swami Vivekananda, Dr KB Hedgewar, the founder of RSS realised that If a nation is united by all sectors, it can face all threats and challenges before it. Hence people should be united. RSS still believes that citizens unity itself is Ramabaan (remedy) for social ailments. Hence our focus is to make society of people, which stands tall by morals, characters and patriotism. RSS indulged in making such man-making mechanism since its inception.”
He also remembered the role of RSS Swayamsevaks in maintaining healthy traffic during the valedictory of Samarasata Sangama held at Nagawara, Bangalore. The police were congratulated RSS volunteers for controlling a crowd of of 40,000 within 45minutes, which caused no disturbance to the public, the roads were cleared soon. “The incident showed the expression of social discipline by swayamsevaks learnt in RSS Shakas. Nation needs such citizens who are strongly patriotic, disciplined and committed to society.” said Bhagwat.
“There have been reports of intrusion into Assam. Though the High Court and various agencies had alerted the state and the centre about the matter, the governments did not act properly, and that resulted in the Assam riot. The governments should take action instead of just discussing the issues”, Bhagwat said.
Alappuzha district Sanghachalak N Krishna Pai presided over the function. Kshethriya Sanghachalak Vannirajan, Kerala Pranth Sanghachalak P E B Menon, Akhila Bharathiya Seema Kallyan Manch Saha Pramukh A Gopalakrishnan and Alappuzha District Karyavaha S Jayakrishnan participated at the function.