New Delhi, Nov 5: With the motive to increase its fan base among youth of the country, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has decided to change its dress code. Reportedly, Sangh is toying with the idea to replace 'khaki half-pants' with trousers.
According to reports, the idea was discussed at an Organization meeting in Ranchi last week. It is being said that to check whether the new dress code will look good or not, some workers were paraded also.
Sources say that debate is on over the new dress code and final decision will be taken in March next year. A meeting of Akhil Bhartiya Pratinidhi Sabha is scheduled next year and it is expected that RSS will take final call there only.
According to Indian Express report, Sangh has two option in this regard. The first option includes black trousers, T-shirts, white canvas shoes and khaki socks.
Second one includes a full-sleeve white shirt, pants (khaki, navy blue, blue or grey), black leather or rexene shoes, khaki socks, a canvas belt and a black cap.
Reportedly, old RSS workers are not very happy with the change of the dress code. Last change in the RSS dress code took place in 2010 when leather belt was replaced with canvas belt.