Jamshedpur : Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Chief Mohan Bhagwat has called for
reaching out the grass root level and creating an atmosphere to spread ideology of the organisation. Bhagwat, who is in the city to participate in a five-day long meeting of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh at Gujarati Sanatan Samaj, Bistupur, was addressing a meeting with �Prant Sanchalak On Saturday.
Addressing representatives of various regions across the State, Bhagwat motivated the participants to lead a disciplined life. He emphasised that exercise is essential for a healthy body and mind and leading a disciplined life, with proper eating habits and regular exercise is the need of the hour.
Bhagwat said, �Society is our God. We are here to serve the society, we should not think what we will get in return. We are working for all round development of Hindu nation. But there should be no arrogance that we are working for that.�
He said no work should be done in reaction to something, adding, Lord Buddha preached about nonviolence and tolerance.The RSS chief said that swayamsevaks would do whatever is required for Hindu �dharma�, culture and society. He said Sangh is an organisation of Hindu society.
�Nothing else is required to take �Bharat� to the peak of glory than maintaining unity and integrity of the country. We are working for praise of Bharat Mata everywhere, but there should be no impurity of thoughts,� he said.
On Saturday, Bhagwat hold a review meeting with the office-bearers of five prakalpa (projects) � Samajik Samrasta (Social equality), Gram Vikas (Village development), Gau Sewa (Cow protection and preservation), Parivar Prabodhan (Family interaction and Relation) and Dharma Jagran (Regeneration of Righteousness) � aimed at increasing RSS� association with the people.
Bhagwat also reportedly asked the members to increase the number of shakhas in their respective regions, and bring to the fore swayamsevaks who had been inactive for a long time. �Service of these experienced swayamsevaks could strengthen the organisation up to the grassroot level,� said a RSS office-bearer.