First Bal pathsanchalan in Kashi

via Loknath- VSK, Kashi published on April 22, 2010

KASHI Mahanagar unit of Rashtriya Swamyamsevak Sangh organised a Bal pathsanchalan on April 4. It is for the first time that minor children in such a large number were seen in full Sangh uniform. The ghosh team was led by Ashish. The pathsanchalan was so much impressive that the groups of hundreds of people gathered at many places to have a look at the pathsanchalan.

Beginning from Lajpat Nagar and passing through Lahurabir, Sampurnanand, Patel Dharmashala and Patel statue the pathsanchalan culminated in Lajpat Nagar itself. Addressing the swayamsevaks there, Prant Pracharak Shri Abhay Kumar said Dr Hedgewar too had started the Sangh in 1925 with a group of Bal swayamsevaks. Presiding over the function, Dr Radhakant Mishra, principal of DAV Inter College, praised the efforts of the swayamsevaks. The swayamsevaks from 24 localities of Kashi participated in the pathsanchalan. The parents of the swayamsevaks were also present at the function. Prominent among those who were present on the occasion included national organising secretary of Saksham Dr Kamlesh, Sahprant Karyavah Dr Virendra Jaiswal, Prant Bauddhik Pramukh Dr Ramdular Singh, Mahanagar Sanghachalak Prof. Satyendra Mishra, Shri Premdas Agrawal, Vibhag Pracharak Shri Manoj Kumar, Zila Pracharak Shri Vishwa Pratap, Dr Anil Tewari, etc.

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