"It is one thing to serve in the tsunami but India needs a tsunami of services, we have to work like that," RSS joint general secretary Dattatreya Hosabale said on the concluding day of a three-day conclave organised by Rashtriya Sewa Bharati, an umbrella organisation that supports nearly 700 organisations involved in social work.
Hosabale said there should be no "untouchability" in service and that no section of the society be left weak. Addressing representatives of nearly 800 organisations involved in social work at a gathering that happens once every five years, Hosabale stressed on the need to focus on increasing the number of people covered, speed, dimension of services offered, besides their quality and impact on the society.

On Sunday, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, too, had spoken about expanding the sphere of work and told the social service organisations present that though much progress had been made it was still minuscule considering the vast society that needed to be covered. He had called for doubling the efforts to cover more people.

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