Thursday, June 12, 2014

Modi Govt should emulate Shivaji’s governance: Bhagwat


RSS is not remote controlling Govt, clarifies Sarsanghachalak       

Special Correspondent 


Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Sarsanghchalak Dr. Mohan Bhagwat on Thursday hoped that Narendra Modi led NDA Government at the centre would work on the footsteps of Chhattrapati Shivaji Maharaj. While welcoming changes in political situation in the country, he urged common man to join hands in this change for the progress of the country. The country cannot be developed by the politicians only, but all 125 crore citizens should give wholehearted support to them. He urged for complete eradication of casteism, corruption and untouchability from society and polity. 


Dr Bhagwat was addressing a gathering at sprawling Reshimbag ground on the occasion of conclusion of third year Sangh Shiksha Varga. Sri Sri Ravishankar, founder of Art of Living was present as chief guest. This was first speech of RSS chief after Modi Government took over at Centre.    
Comparing administration during Chhattrapati Shivaji Maharaj era with present day situation, Dr. Bhagwat said that the people were happy in the rule of Shivaji Maharaj and similar joy is visible on the face of common man. Shivaji Maharaj had given self-esteem and established corruption free, exploitation free, administration for the citizens. Dr. Bhagwat said that the rulers of independent India had failed to give positive directions to the country.          

 
RSS Chief said, people are happy due to recent change in political situation of the country and after a deep though they brought this change.
The RSS chief denied any role of RSS in Government formation and clarified that RSS is not working as Remote Control of new Government. The RSS has worked as per the guidelines of Election Commission of India and urged people to enrol themselves for voting and vote for right people and issues. He expected that the policies of new Government would increase self-esteem and worked for pride of constitution and maintain its dignity. The present Government has completed only 10-15 days in the centre but initiated some positive steps. The people would have to keep patience for changes in the policies and system, he advised. The 125 crore people of the country should give their contribution for change in the system. The Government should work to become world guru in every sector.
Nearly 716 RSS volunteers took part in the camp, which includes 144  Swayamsevaks from Central India comprising Malwa Prant.  The highest number of participants – 144 – was from Central India comprising Malwa, Madhya Bharat, Mahakaushal and Chattisgarh. Among those attending are 460 professionals, including six doctors, 14 engineers, a chartered accountant and 14 lawyers, while 91 are self-employed. There were as many as 147 teachers, five journalists, 49 agriculturists and 153 students. Nagpur Mahanagar Sarsanghchalak Dr. Dilip Gupta, and Camp Chief Vishwanatlal Nigam were present on the dais. Dr. Prakash Shastri gave introduction of guests. Senior BJP leader and former MP Banwarilal Purohit, Sanjay Joshi, Basantlal Shaw, MLA Sudhakar Deshmukh, Shrikant Bharatiya, Dr. Vilas Dangre, Shailesh Joglekar, Virag Pachpore were present.

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