A five-day meeting of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) is set to begin in Chitrakoot from Friday.
The meeting will be attended by senior RSS functionaries, including Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat, sarkaryawah Dattatreya Hosable, and all five sah-sarkaryawah (joint general secretaries).
According to Akhil Bhartiya Prachar Pramukh, Sunil Ambedkar, Bhagwat will digitally connect with kshetra and sah-kshetra pracharaks of 11 regions from across the country on Friday and Saturday.
The kshetra pracharak is a crucial functionary who oversees Sangh activity in their regions.
From Uttar Pradesh, the meeting would be attended by Anil Singh (east UP) and Mahendra (west UP).
Kshetra pracharaks’ inputs from Uttar Pradesh gain political significance in the wake of the Assembly polls next year.
Uttar Pradesh has been the focus for Hosable, who has been keeping a vigil on political churnings in the state.
Ambekar said that in wake of the pandemic, the number of participants has been restricted.
On July 12, the ‘prant’ and ‘sah prant pracharak’ of all 45 prants would connect online to participate in the meeting.
On July 13, Akhil Bhartiya Sanghathan Mantri (All India organizing secretaries) of various organizations will participate in the meeting through an online medium. This meeting would primarily focus on organizational issues.
The five-day meeting will review the work done by volunteers during the pandemic and will also draw up an action plan for the impending third wave of the corona pandemic.