RSS is feeding 30 million needy people across India irrespective of race and religion


Bengali Hunt Desk: India, along with the rest of the world, is fighting the Corona virus epidemic. In this fight, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) is faithfully fulfilling its responsibilities. Opponents have also praised RSS volunteers for being angels and helping people during the country's crisis. The Union is paying special attention to those remote areas of the country, where even the government cannot reach easily. Union volunteers are also reaching out to needy people on the Myanmar, Bangladesh and Pakistan borders.

In Jammu and Kashmir, the Sangh is doing a remarkable job. According to a report in the Daily Jagran, more than 300,000 union workers across the country are working to feed 31 million people and deliver raw materials to more than 3.7 million families. The biggest thing is that the volunteers of the association continue to serve the needy people without looking at their religion, race and community. Masks have been distributed to more than 26 lakh people. 60,000 people have been given Ayurvedic medicine.

State Service Bharati General Secretary Shravan Kumar said that Seva Bharati workers have come forward to help people all over India in these difficult times. Relief work is being carried out as per the need in the whole country. Earlier, it was said that Seva Bharati's 2.1 lakh volunteers had come forward for relief. Seva Bharati is in touch with a total of 1200 companies in the country. At the same time, they are working with those 1,200 organizations to ensure that no one is left out of the relief effort.

In South India, 6,000 union workers are working to provide relief. Union workers are working in Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka. Relief supplies are being distributed to 3.3 million people in Lockdown from camps run by the union. Kerala has the most workers. RSS volunteers are also working to cut the hair of older people in Kerala. Union workers are busy delivering vegetables from house to house. Fifty families are trapped in a church in Delhi, where relief workers are also carrying out relief work.

RSS workers are carrying out relief work in the North-East, where RSS workers are providing relief to the people of the Christian community without any discrimination. In many states, including Jammu and Kashmir, the RSS is providing relief in Muslim-majority areas. A volunteer in Godda, Jharkhand, who does not have two hours at home, is constantly working to deliver relief items to needy people. The volunteer's name is Subodh Harijan. He delivered rations to 2,500 families in the hills. Local volunteers are helping Subodh.