Bangalore : The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) on Thursday began its annual meeting to chalk out plans for expanding its activities across India. Clarifying that the three-day meeting had no political agenda and was not connected to the general elections, RSS publicity head Manamohan Vaidya said that the meeting would evaluate its programmes and performance in diverse social domains.
“No political decision will be taken at the meeting, which is being held to discuss and evaluate our work. The top brass will review our various activities state-wise and discuss issues of national importance,” Vaidya said.
He said the RSS was in favour of increasing participation by the electorate in the parliamentary elections. –PTI