Nagpur: Even as the all-important three-day RSS Pratinidhi Sabha – grand conclave of over 1,400 delegates from parent and affiliate bodies – began here in Nagpur on Friday, the message that has emanated from the patriarch is one of unflinching support to Narendra Modi government on all fronts, including J&K as well as Land Bill.
In the same vein, the RSS has also advised its frontal organisations opposing the government on some issues to resolve the issues amicably through a dialogue with the government, indirectly asking them to avoid confrontation.
Also virtually confirmed was the fact the RSS is set to retain Bhaiyyaji Joshi as Sarkaryawah (general secretary). “There is no need to change the general when the army is doing well,” quipped Sahsarkaryawah (joint general secretary) Dattatreya Hosbale while addressing media persons.
The “election” is likely to happen on Saturday evening or Sunday morning.
Interestingly, the RSS has avoided bringing in any resolution on politically sensitive issues in the conclave. The only two resolutions that are coming up pertain to the need to impart primary education through mother-tongue to enhance ease of learning and making Yoga more popular in the event of United Nations declaring June 21 as International Yoga Day.
Apart from this, there would be reading of reports on the outcome of the various programmes undertaken by the RSS in the different parts of the country.
Top Sangh parivar leaders like BJP president Amit Shah and VHP chief Pravin Togadiya are attending the meeting.