'Techies Show Inclination to Join Sangh'

RSS Telangana Secretary said that aver 800 from state were seeking RSS membership every month, mostly professionals.

Published: 19th March 2015 06:05 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th March 2015 09:16 AM   |  A+A-

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HYDERABAD:An increasing number of software professionals in the state are showing inclination towards the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh with over 90 pc of those  joining it are people holding jobs but the number of students enrolled with it is negligible.

Every week, an event titled, IT Milan, is organised in different parts of the city, where about 1,000 software employees take part in the activities of RSS. Around 800 from the state and 35,000 across the country seek membership of RSS every month.

This was disclosed by E Chandrasekhar, RSS general secretary of  Telangana region, at a press conference here on Wednesday.

Techies Show.jpg“We call upon the government to impart  education in one’s mother’s tongue at least till the primary level. Language is not only a tool of communication but it also shapes the cultural and value system,” he said.

Terming discrimination based on caste as an inhuman practice, he said RSS opposed it and would strive to eradicate the practice. Besides, efforts would be made to inculcate cultural values in youth.

About Sangh’s programmes in the state, he said a Yoga Week would be observed at 2,170 centres as part of International Yoga Day (June 21) celebrations. A 20-day-long training camp will be held in Hyderabad and Karimnagar districts in May.

Referring to the all-India general body meeting of RSS held at Nagpur last week, he said Bhaiyyaji Joshi was re-elected as general secretary and Bagaiya from  Telangana as one of the joint general secretaries.

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