RSS Convention Concludes at Hubli

HUBLI: The three day mega RSS Convention concluded here at Tarihal on Sunday with its Sarasanghachalak Mohan Bhagvat issuing an open invitation for all countrymen to join RSS and help build a

Published: 30th January 2012 05:59 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:25 PM   |  A+A-

HUBLI: The three day mega RSS Convention concluded here at Tarihal on Sunday with its Sarasanghachalak Mohan Bhagvat issuing an open invitation for all countrymen to join RSS and help build a peaceful and strong India.

Addressing the mammoth gathering at Vijayangar, a temporary town built for the Convention, RSS chief termed the ‘Hindu Shakti Sangama’ as a congregation of all sorts of ‘shakti’, which would herald a new beginning to build our nation.

He said every act is somehow directed towards gaining power.

Power can be achieved, but for that we should be ready to toil.

Power which unites different persons and communities, would pave way for development of the nation.

Such a power is in need of the hour.

By attaining such a power, India is slated to become a world leader, he said.

India would be the solution for all problems faced by the other countries.

They would find solace under India, for their problems, he said and added that RSS was behind instilling such a power among our youths, by conducting such camps.

Saying that RSS is working towards building the nation, he said the organisation alone cannot build the nation, it needs cooperation from fellow countrymen, whose bounden duty was to renounce their life in the name of the country.

He said, development cannot be achieved by changing governments but instilling positive attitude towards the country

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