- RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat is on his five-day visit to Tripura from tomorrow
- He will review the organizational work of the Sangh during this visit
- Bhagawat would interact with the executives of the North-east region
The Chief of Rashtriya Swayamseva Sangh(RSS), Mohan Bhagwat is all set to visit Tripura. This visit will be for five days during which Bhagwat will review the organizational work of the Sangh in the state.
Organisers of four ‘Prantas’ will be a part of review meeting
The Tripura fragment of Rashtriya Swayamseva Sangh is preparing to welcome their Chief Mohan Bhagwat who is visiting the state on Saturday.
Mohan Bhagwat is on his five-day visit to the state as he is to review the organizational work of the Sangh and he will focus on the enhancement and further strengthen of Sangh in the north-eastern region.
Bhagawat would interact with the executives of the north-eastern region as part of the exercise, said the sources in the RSS.
RSS Pracharak, Manoranjan Pradhan while interacting with the media told, “Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh Sarsanghchalak Mohan Bhagwatji would review the organizational works of the Uttarpurba Kshetra with the executives of RSS in his five-day tour beginning from tomorrow. He would also address a public rally here on Sunday”.
Adding to this, he also said, “the entire north-eastern region was organisationally divided into four ‘Prantas’, which include Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh, Uttar Assam and Dakshin Assam and added Tripura, Mizoram and Barak Valley falls under Dakshin Assam Pranta”.
Pradhan said all the major organizers of all the four Prantas would be present in the ‘Samiksha’ (review meeting) and would discuss how the organization could be further strengthened in the region.
As per the information, the RSS chief would leave the state on December 19.
Bhagwat visit assumes significance as Tripura would witness Assembly poll early next year.
The BJP and RSS have been working intensely in the state to make a determined effort to form a government in the state ruled currently by the Communist Party(Marxist)-CPIM