Bhagawat reviews organisational work of RSS in NE region

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat today reviewed the organisation's work in the north eastern region, an RSS functionary said here today.

RSS Pracharak Manoranjan Pradhan told PTI that all the major RSS affiliated organisations of the four 'prantas' were present in the three-day review meeting which began today.

He said Bhagwat reviewed the organisational works with the RSS functionaries and added in the first phase he reviewed the situation of the northeast as a whole.

Later, discussions on 'prantas' or the states began, he said.

The RSS has divided its organisation in the region into four 'prantas' - Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh, Uttar Assam and Dakshin Assam.

He said Tripura, Mizoram and Barak Valley of Assam come under Dakshin Assam pranta, while Nagaland is in Uttar Assam pranta.

The RSS chief is scheduled to address a public meeting here tomorrow.

RSS meeting here assumes significance as Left Front ruled Tripura would go to polls early next year.

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