UPA lauds RSS

via www.organiser.org published on May 25, 2006

Howsoever the UPA government and its coalition partners especially the  leftists oppose the RSS, the government had to laud the service  activities being rendered by various RSS associated organisations in  different parts of the country. About one third of the 14 voluntary  organisations whom the Union Ministry of Tribal Affairs has identified  in its annual report for their outstanding services, are the RSS  associated organisations. The Ministry of Tribal Affairs implements its  welfare schemes for all-round development of Vanvasis with the help of  voluntary organisations. The Ministry has identified 14 organisations,  which produced remarkable results through the better implementation of  its various schemes. The Ministry has kept them in special category to  grant relaxations while providing grant for next year.

The list of 14 organisations includes Vidya Bharati, Sewa Bharati,  Deendayal Research Institute, New Delhi, Akhil Bharatiya Vanvasi Kalyan  Ashram, Bharat Sewashram Sangh, Rashtriya Sewa Samiti, Andhra Pradesh,  Vivekanand Girijan Kalyan Kendra, Karnataka, Rama Krishna Mission and  organisations associated with it, Bharatiya Adim Jati Sewak Sangh and  its associated organisations, Swami Vivekanand Yuva Andolan Karnataka,  Government of India Society, Pune, Akhil Bharatiya Dayanand Sewashram  Sangh, New Delhi, DAV Managing committee, New Delhi and Vinoba Niketan,  Kerala.

Highlighting the role of these organisations, the  Ministry in its annual report has said that the organisations had done  a good job in implementing the government schemes and they would be  encouraged in implementation of developmental schemes in coming years.  The Ministry is working on four major schemes with the participation of  voluntary organisations. They include grant to the organisations  working for the welfare of the Vanvasis, literacy campaigns among  Vanvasi women, running of vocational training centres and development  of various Vanvasi communities. The report said that the fund granted  to voluntary organisations in the first four years of the Tenth Plan  was utilised hundred per cent.

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