RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat’s special appeal to the youth


Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s Sarsanghchalak Mohan Bhagwat, in a recent meeting held in lucknow, talked about

running a campaign to stop social problems like conversion and love jihad and to spread awareness in the society.

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s Sir Sangh Chalak Mohan Bhagwat was on a stay in lucknow recently. During this period

he held many meetings and also listened to the problems of the people in the meetings. Mohan Bhagwat talked about

making the society aware to stop social problems like religious conversion and love jihad. Bhagwat said that the society

can be made aware through Sangh’s branch, service work and social harmony.

When a volunteer raised the issue of religious conversion and said that it is happening even today, the Sangh chief said

that religious conversion should not happen. Efforts should be made to stop this, he said that only by establishing the

branch of the Sangh, other social problems including conversion, love jihad, drug addiction, social discrimination will be

solved. To fight such problems, Hindu society will have to be made aware.

Emphasis was also laid on connecting the youth with the branch.

The Sangh chief talked about increasing the participation of youth in the Sangh. He said that emphasis should be laid on

connecting more and more youth to the service work of the branch and the Sangh. Along with this, he also said that the

youth or businessmen who cannot come directly to the branch due to their busy schedules, should be linked to some

other service work, dimension or activity. The Sangh chief talked about setting up shakhas for every section, he said that

by the centenary year, shakhas should be set up in small settlements and villages. Branches should be established for

people of all age groups, starting from small children, branches should also be established for students, businessmen

and private sector workers.

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