Amit Shah To Discuss Important Issues In Meeting With RSS In Vrindavan
RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh) is going to hold its first major meeting in Vrindavan after BJP came to power in Uttar Pradesh. It is likely to be attended by Amit Shah and other top BJP leaders and will see discussions on important topics such as attacks on the RSS cadres in Kerala and violence in Haryana due to the arrest of Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh.
BJP president Amit Shah and other top members of the Sangh Parivar might attend a three-day long meeting of the RSS along with its 40 other allied organization that will begin from Sept. 01 at Keshav Dham in Vrindavan. According to reports from NDTV, the meeting will discuss all the work done by these organizations as well as other important issues.
A senior functionary said that the recent attack on the RSS cadres that took place in the Left-ruled Kerala will also be discussed in the meet along with the violence that took place in Haryana due to the arrest of Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh. Mohan Bhagwat, RSS chief will lead the meeting. Other dignitaries who will be attending the meeting include Krishna Gopal, Dattatreya Hosabale, and Bhaiyyaji Joshi.
Manmohan Vaidya, RSS Prachar Pramukh, has said that holding such meetings was a regular affair in the state. He further said that such meetings are actually a platform where different sections of the Parivar can share and discuss the work that has been done by them in their respective fields.
Yogi Adityanath, Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, is also expected to be present during the meeting along with Rajnath Singh, Senior Union Minister. The reports further say that other BJP leaders of the state might also attend the meeting. Notably, this is the first major meeting of the RSS in the state after the BJP came to power and won the 2017 assembly elections with a thumping majority.