Mohan Bhagawat oversees route - march by RSS volunteers

From a Special Correspondent

SILCHAR, Dec 31: As a part of the ‘Rashtra jagaran shivir’, around 1500 RSS volunteers today joined the well coordinated and orchestrated ‘route- march’ this morning. In their traditional way of marching to the accompaniment of a band party of their own, the Swayamsevaks in a most disciplined manner walked from Rangirkhari point in the southern part of the town to the Premtola traffic island where they were joined by the swayamsevaks on route- march from Circuit House to the point of convergence. Mohan Bhagwat, RSS Chief, stood at Premtola in the very heart of this town and watched the route- march in the biting cold with fog around. The route- march was seen by the citizens of this town as it made its way through the main thoroughfares and finally terminated at Narsing Higher Secondary School ground. The participants in the route- march were from the three districts of Cachar, Karimganj and Hailakandi of Barak Valley, Dima Hasao and Tripura. The swayamsevaks are being addressed by Mohan Bhagwat and today is the concluding session of the three day camp or shivir. 

The volunteers besides exchanging views and opinions on regional and national issues at the same time undertook physical and mental exercises with a view to equip themselves with dynamic ideas and thoughts and evolve a common strategy to work more effectively for the society and the nation. The swamsevaks received definite direction and dimension to the manifold social and national works in which they ‘are engaged and involved’. The camp at this critical juncture of the State and nation as a whole has its own significance, according to a RSS spokesperson. The very presence of Mohan Bhagwat at the shivir has added a new zest and gusto among the volunteers. Mohan Bhagwat will address a citizens’ meet tomorrow at 5 pm in the district library auditorium and also interact with them.


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