New Delhi. Positive India: Efforts are made to tie the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, the world’s largest social organization, into the borders of religion. But religion has no place in the service campaign of the Sangh, which runs its biggest campaign so far, amid the decisive battle with the global pandemic Corona. There is neither Hindu nor any Muslim for this organization to provide assistance and awareness to the people affected by the lockdown.
In the pledge to serve human beings, every religion, caste, age and class, more than 40 allied organizations of Sangh and Sangh and other ideological organizations are engaged in helping the whole country at war level. Along with providing raw, cooked food with milk, LPG, routine essentials, medicines, medical aid, people are being linked to employment. Whether in Kashmir’s Duruh village or in the sand in Rajasthan, from the dense slums of Delhi to the maritime areas of Kerala, the Sangh volunteers are serving day and night without any selfishness. They are also willing to donate their blood for the lives of others when needed. Masks and sanitizers are also being provided to protect against corona. Vidya Bharti has offered to convert her school to a isolation center.
Every link of the needy living in colonies, mud slums, roadside, markets and factories has been included in it. Volunteers are growing hand in hand with state governments and district administration and police. The war against Corona is being taken care of by the war doctors and nursing staff along with police, newspaper distributors and those working in grocery stores. In this, along with the Sangh’s subsidiary organization Seva Bharati, all the organizations including BJP, Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Rashtriya Sevika Samiti, Vidyarthi Parishad, Vidya Bharati, Vanvasi Kalyan Ashram, Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh and Kisan Union are running separate or joint campaigns. Co-government work of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh Dr. Krishna Gopal is being looked after by them.
Destitute animals and unruly birds are also being taken care of to help in the country’s biggest disaster. Fodder is being given to animals and grain is being fed to birds. In almost every state, helpline numbers of Seva Bharti, Vidyarthi Parishad and VHP are running, on which thousands of phones are coming daily for help. Rishipal Dadwal, national vice president of Rashtriya Seva Bharti, said that at present more than three lakh volunteers are engaged in service in the country. Of these, 12,500 NGOs associated with Seva Bharati are also working. Teams of doctors are working. The ambulance is running.
According to the field promotion head of the union, Anil Kumar, we are reaching from Leh Ladakh to Jammu and Kashmir in every village. Similarly, volunteers are engaged day and night in every region of Kerala. Ration and essential goods are being transported to areas like Okhla and Jamia in Muslim majority Delhi. Similarly, the riot areas against the CAA are sending relief supplies to the Khajuri Khas, Chand Bagh, Karawal Nagar Shiv Vihar, Mustafabad and Zafarabad in north-east Delhi.