RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat To Sangh Workers Living Abroad: “Make India Vishwa Guru”

The RSS chief stated Indians are belongings to the overseas international locations the place they’ve been residing. (File)

Bhopal:

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on Saturday appealed to Sangh members residing overseas to work diligently to make India affluent and a ‘vishwa guru‘ (world chief).

He was talking on the concluding session of the RSS’ ‘Vishwa Sangh Shiksha Varg’ (world coaching camp) in Bhopal, which was attended by members from completely different components of the world.

“Work to turn Bharat prosperous. Make it a vishwa guru,” Mr Bhagwat stated.

He requested women and men volunteers to shine and excel within the international locations they’re presently in and change into function fashions for individuals there.

“Indians are assets to the foreign countries where they have been living. They are ideal people and without a blemish,” he stated, including that volunteers should work in the direction of constructing a peaceable world.

Sixty ‘swayamsevaks’ from 15 international locations, together with the United Kingdom, and 31 girls volunteers from 13 international locations took half within the camp.

An RSS functionary stated the outfit holds such capabilities for its members overseas each two to 3 years, including that the primary such camp was held in Bengaluru in 1992.

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