The three-day meeting of the national executive of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) that begins here from tomorrow will deliberate on the RSS’ future programmes and discuss the state of affairs in the country.
The meet will see RSS bigwigs including its chief Mohan Bhagwat, in attendance.
An RSS functionary said that the current state of economy, exodus of Rohingyas from Myanmar, terrorist activities in Jammu and Kashmir and violence by self-styled cow vigilantes are some of the issues likely to be discussed.
Besides these, the meeting of the Akhil Bharatiya Karyakarini Mandal (ABKM), popularly known as the 'Diwali Baithak', will review the activities undertaken by the outfit in the last six months.
The ABKM is one of the highest bodies of the RSS for policy formulation and decision-making.
RSS Madhya Bharat Pranth Publicity Head (Prachar Pramukh) Deepak Sharma said nearly 300 delegates from across the country were expected to take part in the meet that will take place at Shishu Mandir School in Sharda Vihar area.
"Final touches are being given to the preparations. Around 300 representatives from across the country are likely to take part in the programme. The meet will evaluate its performance, discuss the present situation in the country and decide the programmes for the coming days," Deepak Sharma, the RSS Publicity Secretary for central India.
RSS holds its executive meeting twice a year - in March and October. This year, Bhopal is hosting the conclave after a decade.
Meanwhile, Bhagwat reached the capital city of Madhya Pradesh on Saturday and has already held several round pf parleys with senior Sangh functionaries.
With PTI Inputs