RSS Sahsarkaryavah Shri Bhaiyaji Joshi released a book on veteran Sangh Pracharak late Vishwanathji on his first death anniversary in New Delhi. The book-Vishwanathji: Ek Anathak Yogi, has been written by Dr Kuldip Chand Agnihotri. The book was published by Suruchi Prakashan.
Speaking on the occasion Bhaiyaji Joshi said the life of Vishwanathji is inspiration for all the workers. ?Vishwanathji was a Pracharak during the period when the Hindu society faced so many challenges and efforts were made even to eliminate the Sangh work. Such workers kept the Sangh work alive even during the most opposite circumstances. The strength the Sangh has today is due to the hard work and sacrifices of those workers. Vishwanathni was an uncompromising personality,? he said. Shri Joshi further said there is no generation gap in the Sangh because all the workers are working for the same goal.
Veteran Pracharak Thakur Ram Singh said it was with the alertness of Vishwanathji that the swayamsevak could foil the gameplans of Pakistan to capture Amritsar. Former Governor of Goa and Sikkim Shri Kedarnath Sahani said Vishwanathji had the quality to keep the morale of the workers high in all circumstances. Founder of Rashtriya Sikh Sangat Sardar Chiranjiv Singh recalled the role of Vishwanathji in propagating the Punjabi language in Punjab. Delhi Prant Sanghachalak Shri Ramesh Prakash said the life of Vishwanathji inspired a large number of workers in the Sangh. Kshetra Pracharak of Uttar Kshetra Shri Dinesh Chandra, Delhi Prant Pracharak Shri Prem Kumar, senior Pracharak Shri Suryakrishan, brother of Vishwanathji Shri Jagdish Verma were also present on the occasion. Shri Bajaj, chairman of Suruchi Prakashan proposed a vote of thanks.