Mumbai: A resolution seeking protection of Hindus in Bangladesh and Pakistan will be passed during the annual meeting of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s (RSS) beginning from Friday at Jamdoli in Jaipur.

The three-day meeting of Akhil Bhartiya Pratinidhi Sabha will be held in Jaipur where presidents, secretaries and organizing secretaries of the RSS's prant, 1400 workers and office bearers will take part.

"It has been decided to bring and pass a resolution in the meeting, seeking protection for Hindus in Bangladesh and Pakistan," RSS prachar pramukh Manmohan Vaidya told reporters here. He said that several issues related to current scenario of the country will be discussed in the meeting.

In fact, the meeting has already started from March 10. The RSS organizes several rounds of meeting on national level every year to spread its ideology effectively. It begins in July when training sessions are reviewed.

Generally karyakarini meeting is held before the Diwali. Pracharaks of 11 regions, kshetra karyawahak, keshtra chalak, prant pracharak, prant karyawahak, prant sangh chalak and selected workers of 48 organizations take part in it. Total of 350 representatives participate in it.

(Agencies)

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