Mohan Bhagwat, the prominent Chief of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), has embarked on a momentous three-day visit to Assam, underscoring the organization’s commitment to its activities in the region. The visit is set to strengthen ties with Swayamsevaks and bolster their ideological training at the ongoing Sangh Shiksha Varg (2nd year) camp.
The training camp, which kicked off on July 12, has been a platform for ideological development and rigorous training for Swayamsevaks from different regions. A total of 312 participants are actively engaging in this transformational experience to deepen their understanding of RSS principles and methodologies.
Mohan Bhagwat’s visit commenced with his arrival in the city of Guwahati on Thursday. Following that, he proceeded to Hojai to actively engage with the attendees of the training camp. This personal interaction with the participants showcases the RSS leader’s commitment to nurturing the grassroots network of the organization.
The statement issued by the RSS outlined the impressive representation of Swayamsevaks from various regions in the training camp. Asom Kshetra leads the way with 151 participants, closely followed by Uttar Asom Pranta with 95. Dakshin Asom Pranta, Arunachal Pranta, Tripura Pranta, and Manipur Pranta are also well-represented, with 12, 4, 44, and 6 Swayamsevaks respectively.
The Sangh Shiksha Varg (2nd year) training camp is an annual event that serves as a cornerstone of the RSS’s commitment to fostering ideological education and leadership development. Participants gain invaluable insights and practical knowledge that they can subsequently apply in their respective communities.
As Mohan Bhagwat addresses the enthusiastic gathering at the camp, the atmosphere is charged with the spirit of dedication and purpose. The attendees eagerly await his guidance, as his wisdom and vision have been instrumental in steering the RSS on its path of service and nation-building.