The three-day annual meet of the RSS – Akhil Bharatiya Prathinidhi Sabha (ABPS) will begin on March 15 in Bengaluru and conclude on March 17. This is the seventh ABPS meet happening in Karnataka and the 5th in Janaseva Vidya Kendra, Channenahalli, Bengaluru.
The organisers of the ABPS have said that the organisation has taken extraordinary precautions to keep its members safe amid intensifying coronavirus fears.
Replying to query, RSS Akhil Bharatiya Prachar Pramukh Shri Arun Kumar told the Organiser that the organisation has taken adequate precautions ahead of the meeting. The delegates are strictly advised to follow the guidelines issued by the Health Ministry.
“We are conducting testing and screening of each and everyone who enters the premises, including the delegates. The entire area is sanitised and a fully equipped medical team is ready to deal with any eventuality,” Shri Arun Kumar added.
The ABPS is the highest decision-making body of the RSS, which meets once a year in different cities in the country. The meet will discuss the ways to take RSS work to the unreached and undertakes planning for expansion and consolidation of organisational work including improving Shakhas, increasing training camps, sharing of innovative practices and experiences by representatives of various states and other activities for the coming year.
During the 3-day meet, more than 1400 representatives will participate from all over the country and also pass resolutions on important issues. Swayamsewaks working in different areas and sections of society through different organisations are also invited for sharing their experiences and inputs on different issues of National importance. Mahila representatives from Rashtra Sewika Samiti are also invited in ABPS.
The meeting will be conducted by Suresh (Bhaiya ji)Joshi, Sarkarywah Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh in the presence of Sarsanghchalak Dr Mohan Bhagwat. The outcome of the meet and the resolutions passed will be shared with the media during the meet.