Source: News Bharati English07 Feb 2017 19:08:16
Betul, Feb 7 : kick-starting his eight days log visit to the state of Madhya Pradesh, RSS Sarsanghchalak Mohan Bhagwat is all set to address the virat Hindu sammelan at Betul. On February 8 RSS Chief will address the mega public rally in the tribal dominated region of Betul.
According to district administration, Pandals have been erected covering 1.50 lakh square feet of the ground spread over an area of 2.50 lakh square feet. District Transport Officer Arvind Kushram informed that the entry of heavy vehicles has been banned in the city between 7 AM to 8 PM tomorrow.
Shariq Khan, Betul District convener of Muslim Rashtriya manch has urged people to attend the function in large number. Large number of tribles are expected to attend the social gathering at Police ground.
RSS chief will also visit the barrack no. 1 in the district jail where former RSS sarsanghchalak late M S Golwalkar was incarcerated during a ban on Sangh in 1949.
On February 10, RSS chief will attend the Shram Sadhak Sangam a convention organised by Sewa Bharti to mark the birth anniversary of Sant Ravidas. The programme will be held at Lal Parade ground.
On February 11 Dr Bhagwat is schedule to deliver the inaugural lecture of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay lecture series at Sant Hirdaram Girls College in Bairagarh. The event is being organised by local by RSS mouthpiece 'Charaiveti'. He will also participate in the book launching ceremony at Bharat Bhavan. The book ‘Bharat ki khoj mai mere panch sal’ is penned by senior journalist Vijay Manohar Tiwari.
Acceding to state RSS officials, RSS chief will be visiting Ujjain for two days to participate in the meetings of regional office-bearers and RSS workers on February 12 and 13. He will chair the organisational meeting with the top leadership of RSS.
Senior RSS functionary including RSS Sarkaryavah Bhaiyyaji Joshi, Sah Sarkaryawah Krishna Gopal and Suresh Soni will remain present for the same. The office bearers of central, Malwa and Madhya Bharat region will also attend the meeting to discuss core issues of their regions.