New Delhi, Mar 9 (UNI) All-India Pratinidhi Sabha, the highest policy making body of the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) would organise its three-day meeting from March 14 in Vrindavan, UP to deliberate on various issues concerning the organisation's constitution and current political situation.
Prior to this, Sangh's All-India Executive Committee would meet to final the issues to be taken up in the representative committee meeting.
According to sources from the Keshav Kunj, the RSS headquarters here, the decision on the meeting was taken long back and the same would be chaired by Sangh's General Secretary Dr Mohan Rao Bhagwat.
More than 3,000 representatives from across the country would be participating in the meeting.
The issues on the agenda include pitiable condition of the RSS shakhas, with stress on making them more impactful and running them more efficiently.
Besides other matters, life-threatening attacks on RSS workers by the CPI(M) workers in Kerala, Indo-US civil nuclear deal, the situation after the fresh affidavit submitted by the Centre in the Supreme Court in the Ram Sethu case and how to counter it constitutionally and legally would also be discussed, the sources said.
There are also indications that some representatives can also raise the issue of the role of RSS in this year Assembly election in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Delhi and the 2009 Lok Sabha elections.
The meeting would also be attended by VHP's Ashok Singhal and Dr Praveen Togadia, BJP general secretary, Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh's (BMS) Girish Mishra, Uday Patwardhan Swadeshi Jagran Manch's Muralidhar Rao and ABVP's Atul Kothari.
Sources said there is a possibility of Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha Mr L K Advani and BJP President Rajnath Singh also attending the three-day meeting.
However, the same could not be confirmed, they added.
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