Kerala getting ready to witness ‘Sangh Sakthi’

via Courtesy: S Chandrasekhra- published on February 15, 2010

THE Vishal Hindu Sammelan held at Kochi in 1982 was a benchmark and visual expression of the RSS work in Kerala from 1940s. Breaking social, caste, community barriers lakhs of people assembled in a massive show of Hindu strength and unity. The Hindu victory in preventing a church to come up in Nilakkel, near Sabarimala, and the dismantling of the ‘Pope podium’ in Thiruvananthapuram were the after effects of the Vishal Hindu Sammelan.

Perhaps for the first time after 1982, lakhs of people are going to assemble at Ashraman Maidan in Kollam on February 24, in a massive show of Sangh Shakti to hear the resounding clarion of RSS Sarsanghachalak Shri Mohan Bhagwat.

An estimated one lakh swayamsevaks in purna ganavesh are expected to participate, coming from Kasargod in the extreme north to Parashala in southern tip of Bharat. Around two lakh Sangh admirers including women, children etc. will also participate in this huge show of Hindu unity.

Thirty lakh Hindu houses in Kerala are being contacted. Almost two lakh old swayamsevaks are being Samparked to attend this massive Sanghik.

Ghosh, Vyayam and dand prahar will proceed Sarsanghachalak’s address.

On February 23, “Ghosh Sanchalan” of 1500 swayamsevaks will herald the ‘Mahasanghik’ in Kollam.

The Sarsanghachalak will ‘Meet the Press’ at Press Club, Thiruvananthapuram on 25th morning. Later he will inaugurate ‘Hindu leaders Meet’, with leaders of all Hindu castes and communities at Samskriti Bhavan.

The entire Sangh machinery led by Prant Pracharak Shri A Gopala Krishnan, Sah-Prant Pracharak J Nandakumar, Prant Sanghachalak Shri PEB Menon, etc. are fully involved in making this massive show of ‘Sangh Shakti’ a major success.

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