RSS to discuss Ram Temple resolution at leadership conclave

This meeting marks a pivotal moment as the organisation deliberates on various national issues and is expected to pass a resolution concerning the Ram temple.

| Updated: 14 March, 2024 12:47 pm IST

Nagpur: The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) is set to hold its annual Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha, a significant leadership conclave, from March 15 to 17 at the Smriti Bhavan complex in Reshim Bagh, Nagpur. This meeting marks a pivotal moment as the organisation deliberates on various national issues and is expected to pass a resolution concerning the Ram temple.

Sunil Ambekar, the all-India publicity head of the RSS, announced the conclave’s agenda during a press conference on Wednesday. He highlighted that the gathering would focus on the positive momentum generated following the consecration of the Ram temple and how to carry it forward. The conclave, convening in Nagpur after a six-year hiatus, comes as the RSS approaches its centenary in 2025.

Ambekar stated, “During the three-day programme, a resolution on how the ‘positive atmosphere’ created after the consecration of the Ram temple can be taken forward will be passed.” He also mentioned that the conclave would address the current situation in the country and the social work to be undertaken by the RSS.

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In this meeting, the Sangha will also decide on a roadmap for upcoming events related to Ahilya Bai Holkar’s 300th birth anniversary.

The assembly is expected to attract 1,529 representatives from various RSS-affiliated organizations. One of the key items on the agenda is the election of members to the Sangh’s Akhil Bharatiya Karyakarni Mandal (national executive) and the appointment of the ‘sar karyawah’ (general secretary).

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Ambekar emphasised the significance of the meeting, stating, “RSS will be completing 100 years of its formation in 2025.” The conclave is expected to set the tone for the organization’s activities leading up to this milestone anniversary. The conclave will also review the works and ‘sewa karya’ (service activities) carried out by the Sangh in the previous year and discuss plans for the upcoming year. Ambekar revealed an ambitious goal to increase the number of ‘shakhas’ (branches) from the current 68,000 to 1 lakh before the centenary celebrations next year.

BJP President J P Nadda, along with the heads and organizing secretaries of 36 Sangh outfits and other RSS-affiliated organisations, are slated to participate in the Pratinidhi Sabha.

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