Seva Bharati dedicates more houses to flood victims in Karnataka

via http://samvada.org/2011/news/seva-bharati-dedicates-more-houses-to-flood-victims-this-time-at-guledagudda/ published on June 21, 2011

Bagalakot, Karnataka: June -20: Seva Bharati, a Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh initiative for social service has dedicated one more bunch of houses to North Karnataka flood victims. In a meaningful programme on Monday the newly constructed houses has been handed over to the flood victims at Kotnalli village of Guledagudda district of North Karnataka. RSS National Executive Council Member, Senior Pracharak Sri Mai Cha Jayadev ji formally handed over the houses during the dedication ceremony.

Speaking on the occasion Jayadev ji said, “Through various social service schemes and projects, RSS is involved in more than 1.50 lakh Seva activities across the nation. RSS works in all walks of social life, including the rehabilitation of 8 crore Tribal community of the nation. Seva is a divine term and action. RSS is indulged in a silent social transformation by means of Seva activities in its journey of 85 years. Seva Bharati’s work and dedication should be applauded”.

“RSS has openly supported anti-corruption movements by Baba Ramdev and Anna Hazare. But few shortisighted politicians are sounding different and to draw a political gain few are opposing the participation of Sangh in these movements. Such criticism is to be condemned, RSS will support all those issues in national interest and welfare. It is unfortunate have such Union ministers who still blame Sangh for wrong reasons ” said Mai Cha Jayadev ji.

Sri Abhinava Oppatteshwara Swamiji of Oppattheshwara Mutt, Guledagudda, Sri Adi Siddheshwara Swamiji of Jalihala, RSS Saha Pranth Pracharak Shankaranand, Vibhag Pracharak Narendra, several others were present during the occasion.

In previous house dedication programmes, RSS Sarasanghachalak Mohan ji Bhagwat, Former RSS chief K S Sudarshan ji, Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa were participated at different flood affected villages.

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