Nainital: 20 July, 2015

The RSS will organise its three-day annual meeting in Nainital from July 22 to 24.
After the Akhil Bhartiya Pritinidhi Sabha — held in March at Nagpur — this would be the first meeting where all senior functionaries will gather to discuss several issues, particularly an analysis of its annual training camps that concluded last month.

The meet is expected to be attended by 'praant pracharaks', those in-charge of different state units, and other important figures of the RSS from across the country like Bhaiyyaji Joshi, Krishna Gopal, M G Vaidya and the organization's chief Mohan Bhagwat.

Within the RSS this meeting is called the “July Baithak” and is held every year to analyse the attendance and programmes of annual training camps and to chalk out travel programmes of senior officebearers, particularly with regard to the annual Guru Dakshina events.

No official announcement has been made about the meet and local RSS workers have also been asked to be tightlipped about details. However sources have indicated it is purely an organisational meet. It will review the growth of the organization at a time when a pro-Hindutva government rules the Centre. RSS's growth had seemed to be stagnating until the popularity of PM Narendra Modi and BJP's success in last year's Lok Sabha elections helped reverse the trend.

Whether the meeting discusses the scams and controversies -Lalitgate and Vyapam -which have bruised the Modi government's claim of having provided clean governance, and scarred BJP governments in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, remains to be seen.
Courtesy: News 18

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