To face possible third wave of Corona, RSS to organize nationwide “worker training”

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh

Chitrakoot (Madhya Pradesh): The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) will organize a nationwide “worker training” to counter a possible third wave of COVID-19. According to a release issued by the RSS on Sunday, the workers trained by the Sangh will reach around 2.5 lakh places and take their service.

It may be known that a four-day meeting of RSS’s All India Province Pracharaks is being held in Chitrakoot town of Lord Ram in Satna district of Madhya Pradesh from Friday under the chairmanship of Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat.

According to the release, in the All India Province Pracharak meeting of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, along with the discussion of organizational activities, the situation arising out of the second wave of Corona was widely discussed and the service work done in the provinces was reviewed.

Mohan Bhagwat

Facilitation centers and promotion campaigns for immunization of vaccines conducted by volunteers were also reviewed. It said, “In view of the possibility of a third wave of the corona, special “worker training” will be organized throughout the country to cooperate with the administration and help the potential victims. In such a situation, these trained workers will reach about 2.5 lakh places to reach the people at the appropriate time to get all the information needed to boost the morale of the society.

According to the release, this training will be completed in the month of August and from September, many voluntary people and organizations will be involved in this campaign through public awareness. In this training, precautions and measures especially necessary for children and mothers have been included to prevent corona. As the situation is returning to normal after the outbreak of Corona, the operation of Sangh Shakhas has also started in the field.

According to the information received in the meeting, at present, a total of 39,454 branches are operating across the country, out of which 27,166 branches are now in the field and 12,288 are e-branches. Also, the total weekly meetings are 10,130, out of which 6510 were restarted directly in the field and e-Milans are 3620. There are 9637 family meetings across the country, especially during the lockdown period of Corona.