RSS organises service camp

RSS organises service camp

 Members of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) trained around 3,900 people in ‘public service’ oriented topics at a day-long camp held at Palace Grounds on Saturday.

“People were trained in severals aspects such as how to help India grow as a nation and how to encourage more public participation in civic activities,” said the BJP City president Subbanna.

RSS members also spoke about protecting public property, use of plastic and its role in the mounting garbage crisis and preserving lakes in the City. The participants were part of the now defunct ‘Namo Brigade’ and ‘Friends of BJP’, an informal group of individuals who had come together to campaign for Narendra Modi prior to the Lok Sabha elections.

The Sangh, in association with NGOs, is said to have been conducting many programmes such as computer literacy drives for poor children and free tuition classes in slums. “The participants will get a glimpse of the various activities being initiated by the Sangh. They can choose to be associated with whichever activities including Seva Bharat,” Subbanna added.

Sangh leaders Bagayya, Dattatreya Hosabale and Ram Madhav attended the camp.