In a first ever event, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) is all set to organize a three-day lecture series in the Capital City of India next week. Leading this, RSS will soon start sending invitations to diplomatic missions of around 60 countries all over the world to be a part of the lecture. Pakistan has been left out from the list of invitees.
The RSS chief, Dr Mohan Bhagwat will himself address the lecture and also will take questions from the audience during the session. This lecture has been specially organised by the team to clear out all allegations thrown upon the Sangh by political parties all over India.
Apart from the Countries worldwide, the RSS will also be inviting all National & Regional parties, Representatives of Industrial sector, media and other sectors. Especially those who keep targeting the RSS regarding different issues going-on in the Nation will be focused upon.
“Invitations will be sent to embassies of most Asian countries excluding Pakistan. Pakistan will not be invited because that country supports terror, kills Indian soldiers at borders and its relations with India are strained,” said an RSS functionary, who added that the Embassy of China will be invited because China has “cultural similarities with India”.
The three-day lecture series begins from September 17 in which Bhagwat will address and interact with a select audience comprising prominent citizens on the “Future of Bharat: An RSS perspective”.
RSS All India Prachar Pramukh Arun Kumar had announced the lecture series during a Press Conference. “Today, Bharat is moving ahead towards regaining her special and unique position in the world among the galaxy of nations. At the same time, RSS is realising that there is a growing eagerness amongst larger sections of the society including the intellectuals and the youth to know the RSS perspective on various issues of national importance,” he said.
“The Lecture series has been organised in this context where Sarsanghachalak Shri Mohan Bhagwat ji will present RSS’s view on various contemporary issues of national importance.”
On the first day, Bhagwat will speak about the RSS, its organisation, ideology, vision, activities and programmes. The next day, Bhagwat will present his views on different contemporary issues of national importance including reservation, Hindutva and communalism.
Over the first two days, written questions will be gathered from the audience. “As different people may ask the same questions, such questions could be shortlisted. And sarsanghchalak ji in his replies will cover almost all the questions during the concluding day,” said an RSS functionary.
According to sources, RSS will send invitations to heads of all national political parties with a request to attend the lecture series along with four to five other party members. It will include parties like the Samajwadi Party, TMC and the others.