Indore : Major (Rtd) Surendra Nagaryan Mathur, who is associated with the All India Forest Dwellers Welfare Ashrams said that the activities of the Ashrams are being appreciated abroad. The Ashrams have been engaged in uplifting the lifestyle of the people living in forests.
Major (Rtd) Mathur was talking to media on the sideline of the Vishwa Sangha Shibir held here at Emerald Heights International School on Thursday. The recipient of the President Sena Medal Major (Rtd) Mathur further said that the activities of the All India Forest Dwellers Welfare Ashrams are rapidly expanding in the forest and tribal areas.
Ramesh Punamchand Shah, who came from Texas (USA) to participate in the VSS, said that he is spreading awareness on the single schools in the abroad. He has been working on this direction from last 17 years.
Earlier, on the third day of the VSS the all India service chief of RSS Suhas Rao Hiremuth addressed the participants. He elaborated the spirit of service and its aim. Our aim is to make our service receivers self reliant so that they can serve the society, he said.
RSS chief Bhagawat attends VSS
RSS chief Mohan Bhagawat reached the venue of the VSS at Emerald Heights International School on Thursday. He will be camping here till January 2 and address the participants on the same day.
BJP president Shah to arrive today
The BJP national President Amit Shah will arrive in the city on Friday morning at 10.55 am. Later, he will visit the VSS venue and participate in the VSS programmes and also talk to the RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, who already has reached the venue on Thursday.