Jaipur: The three-day Rashtriya Seva Sangam, being organised by the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) for the third time in the country and the first in Rajasthan, began in Jaipur on Friday. Rss chief Mohan Bhagwat said, “There are many nomadic people in our society who fought for the independence of the country. They did not bow down, they fought for freedom. They roam around somewhere, they do not have any voter ID, ration card. Mohan Bhagwat said that foreign rulers declared him a criminal. When the Sangh noticed him, he started serving there too. ‘
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said that volunteers have been serving since the inception of the Sangh. The mindset of service is there in everyone, just it has to be awakened. We are trying to make the society healthy today through service. “Before that, we have to be healthy. If someone is behind in our society, it is not a good thing for us. We can take the society forward only by treating everyone as equal and equal to you. Give strength to the weak people.
Businessmen Ajay Piramal, Subhash Chandra and people from different business groups also participated in the National Service Sangam. On this occasion, Ajay Piramal said that today is a special day for me because I am among you all. Volunteers have given life for the country selflessly. During Corona, RSS workers did a very good job.
Rss general secretary Dattatreya Hosabale along with representatives of more than 3,000 voluntary organisations from across the country are participating in the Rashtriya Seva Sangam. At the same time, before this 3-day service sangam, an exhibition of work related to Seva Sangam was also inaugurated on Thursday.
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