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mohan bhagwat, where does the ‘servant’ go for five years? mohan bhagwat slammed a politician during seva bhawan project inauguration



Mr. Ta. Representative, Pune: “In democratic countries, the number of people with disabilities stops every five years. People who are prevented from serving ask to be given a chance to serve by offering salam from house to house. After that, the pain subsides within a month. Then the answer to where these service affected people are is given again after five years,” Dr. Mohan Bhagwat said pierced the ears of politicians on Saturday.

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh Jankalyan Samiti, Jankalyan Seva Foundation and Dr. Inauguration of ‘Seva Bhawan’ project building constructed by Hedgewar Samakar Seva Nidhi Sanstha by Dr. It was done by Mohan Bhagwat. He was speaking during a program organized at Gandhi Lawns on the occasion of the Golden Jubilee year of the Public Welfare Committee. Suresh alias Nana Jadhav, Regional Sangh Chief of Western Maharashtra, Provincial Committee Chairman Dr. Ravindra Satalkar, Foundation Director Mahesh Lele and Treasurer of Madhav Mate Foundation were present on the dais.

“Once upon a time, there was so much wealth and justice in the land that a golden smoke came out of it. However, after the intermediate period of invasion and independence, misery appeared in the society. Various service organizations as well as Jankalyan Samiti rose up to remove it. Bhagwat mentioned that important service works are going on in the country based on the Sangh structure. “Seva is an Indian word. The word “service” implies an expectation of remuneration. The spirit is satisfied in service. The company can rent, ignore or even oppose the service; But social work must be done without any hope. He also said that service rendered out of fear, selfishness and coercion takes a wrong form. Earlier the book ‘Aharnisham Sevamah’ was published by Bhagwat. Hariomkaka Malshe was praised for his social work. Vinayak Dambir gave information about the project.

During the thousands of years of invasion, our fellow citizens have been neglected. The work of service continues with the spirit of washing away that sin which occurred in an unknown situation.-Dr. Mohan Bhagwat, Sarsangchalak