NAGPUR: RSS will pass three resolutions on health, education and untouchability at the annual meeting of the Akhil Bhartiya Pratinidhi Sabha, the highest decision making body of the outfit, beginning here tomorrow.
"Three resolutions will be passed in the three-day ABPS annual meeting beginning tomorrow. The first resolution will be on education sector which needs the attention of both society and the government.
"Education today has become costlier. Quality of education is also suffering due to privatisation. Therefore, combined efforts of the society and governments are needed to ensure quality education for all," Manmohan Vaidya, All India Prachar Pramukh of RSS, said at a press briefing ahead of the annual meet.
The second resolution will be on medical facilities.
Despite many innovations, Vaidya said, the facility was not available to all and again society and governments will have to think over it.
The social evil of untouchability will be taken up in the third resolution.
"Caste-based discrimination present in our country should be abolished. There should be harmony in our social conduct.
Our third resolution will highlight this social evil and will call upon people to play a constructive role in curbing it," he said.
RSS representatives from all over the country will be participating in the meeting which will also be attended by BJP Chief Amit Shah.