During its Silver jubilee year, the Bajrang Dal has decided to induct 25 lakh more youths to save the country and dharma. “We will give training to five lakh youths at one lakh places. In our glorious twenty-five years, we have followed the path shown by our saints and will keep this sprit on with more enthusiasm,” said Bajrang Dal chief Shri Prakash Sharma while inaugurating the silver jubilee function in New Delhi in June 7. He said the youth have joined hand with the Bajrang Dal in a large number for the cause it was founded in 1984. May it Shri Ram Janmabhoomi movement, cow protection, attack on temples and cultural values or terrorism, the youth always remained forward, he said.
Under the chairmanship of Shri Chanrasekhar Rao, the Bajrang Dal youth demonstrated yoga, Pranayam, Surya Namaskar, Dand Yudh, shooting, self defence, and disaster management techniques they learnt at the week long training camp concluded at the same venue at Saraswati Bal Mandir School in Janak pur area of west Delhi. Presenting a report of the activities undertaken by the camp inmates Delhi state convener Ashok Kapoor announced that the Delhi unit would induct one lakh youth of national capital during the silver jubilee year and will undertake many nation-building activities during this period.
Mahant Surendra Nath Awadhoot, Shri BL Sharma “Prem”, state VHP president Shri Swadesh Pal Gupta, state co-convener of Bajrang Dal Sailendra Jaiswal, VHP’s zonal organisational secretary Kailash Singhal, gen secretary Satyendra Mohan, organisation secretary Karuna Prakash and vice president Mahavir Prasad were among the dignitaries present on the occasion.