After Non-Stop 90 hours, RSS Swayamsevaks returns from Railway Station as Exodus endsDate posted: August 19, 2012 | Short URL: https://samvada.org/?p=11421 | Share:
Bangalore August 19: RSS team has ends non-stop 90hours service at Railway station, as the North-East Exodus ended in Bangalore. Swayamsevaks continued their service at Bangalore City Railway station, ensuring safety and security to all North East Indian passengers since last 90 hours.
Lead by RSS Pranth Sharirik Pramukh Chandrashekar Jagirdar and Bangalore Mahanagar Saha Karyavaha Karunakar Rai, on Sunday a small team of 25 swayamsevaks monitoring the situations at Railway station. Began on Wednesday 10pm, in last 4 days on a rotational basis nearly 700 RSS Swayamsevaks of Bangalore joined RSS initiative at Railway station in which Swayamsevaks served food for 28,000 NE passengers, ensured their complete safety and security.
On Saturday night and even on Sunday morning it was noticed that the exodus drastically declined, almost the exodus crisis got over. However to ensure the safety, still RSS team is working at Railway Station.
RSS openly declared its support for North East Indians, pledged to shoulder all help-service works for North East Indians in their homeland and wherever they are in the country.
RSS works were noticed and appreciated by many Railway officials, Police, Govt officials, media person and importantly by North East Indians. The NE passengers used to shout “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” when train leaves, the slogans reaching the sky. This was same for all 14 trains so far Swayamsevaks worked.
Along with RSS, ABVP. Rashtra Sevika Samiti, HJV also associated in various works at Railway Station.