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RSS will wait for Supreme Court order on Ayodhya issue

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | K KALYAN KRISHNA KUMAR
Published Jul 14, 2019, 2:36 am IST
Updated Jul 14, 2019, 2:36 am IST
Dr Vaidya stated that the 80,000 activists were trained in RSS camps.
As many as 12,456 activists were trained in the first Sangh Sikhavargah held in April and June across 54 centres. (Photo: ANI)
 As many as 12,456 activists were trained in the first Sangh Sikhavargah held in April and June across 54 centres. (Photo: ANI)

Vijayawada: RSS sahasarkaryavaha Manmohan Vaidya on Saturday made it clear that the organisation would not comment on the Ayodhya issue but would wait for the Supreme Court judgement and would go forward on its basis.

He was speaking to the media here at the conclusion of the three-day RSS national meet held for the first time in Vijayawada, the first meeting of the organisation in the state after bifurcation. He said these meetings do not pass resolutions.

 

Dr Vaidya stated that the 80,000 activists were trained in RSS camps. Summer training would be conducted for those interested. As many as 12,456 activists were trained in the first Sangh Sikhavargah held in April and June across 54 centres.

He said the third such camp would be held in Nagpur in which 821 activists would participate. Dr Vaidya there were 53,182 RSS branches in 33,247 places. Besides, 15,620 saptahiks were located in 10,577 apart from 7,152 sangh mandals. He said the Sangh Jagaran Manch Patrika was going to 50,900 villages.

 

Dr Vaidya stated that RSS sarsanghchalak Mohan Bhagwat had wanted 100 per cent voting, and 11 lakh RSS activists had mobilised voters across the country.

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