Unsung Heroes of Untold Stories

via VSK-Chennai published on February 22, 2008

A small town in the southern part of Tamilnadu, Bharat. Even as a senior RSS worker was busy organising a camp for 1,000 swayamsevaks there in February 2008, he received a call from the local police officer. The caller wanted the presence of the Sangh worker at the police station urgently. The Karyakartha hesitated a little as his hands were full just then. But the officer repeatedly urged him to come over. So he went to the police station. There he was given a unique responsibility by the officer. The Sangh worker, also a well known public figure in town, was to persuade a young Hindu woman not to fall into the trap of Islamic proselytisers and remain a Hindu.

In a moment of depression, the educated woman had been enticed by a few Muslims who took her to another town. The woman’s parents lodged a complaint with the police to trace their missing daughter. The police investigated and rescued her from a Madarasa in the other town. Now she had to be rehabilitated.

That job was done by the Sangh worker successfully. He pointed out to her the dangers of conversion by allurement and listed the challenges faced by Hindu society. She gradually understood. He appealed to her to come forward to serve the Hindu society. She whole-heartedly agreed to it. All concerned were happy and thanked the Sangh worker who said Namaste to all and quickly went back to his camp arrangement work.

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