Rashtra Sevika Samiti has decided to expand the organisation'swork in rural areas. For this objective, this year has been declared a Sanjivani Varsha and the Samiti has adopted 155 villages in the country. Special emphasis would be laid on security of women, health, Samskar and education in these villages. Enumerating on the special project at the concluding ceremony of a training camp held in Delhi. Smt. Rekha Raje, Akhil Bharatiya Sewa Pramukh of the Samiti, called upon the activists to develop a good network of dedicated workers in the rural areas. The concluding ceremony was presided over by Smt Rekha Pande, an advocate of Supreme Court.
Smt Rekha Pande said that the more the Samiti work spreads, the more the country would make progress. She pointed out that the Samiti has started a number of welfare projects for women across the country. Besides other projects the Samiti presently runs 22 hostels in different parts of the country.