RSS workers serving at 150 intersections, traffic management with police

RSS became an ally of police in Mahakumbh, 1500 volunteers have taken over

RSS became an ally of police in Mahakumbh, 1500 volunteers have taken over

One and a half thousand volunteers who have come to various districts of Uttarakhand have started supporting about 1.5 hundred squares of the Kumbh region for the Kumbh Snan in a systematic way to the devotees who reach there. Volunteers have taken over the management of traffic here.

Haridwar. The National Self-Service Association (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh) has once again shown a sense of service. This time one and a half thousand workers from various districts of Uttarakhand have started supporting the devotees who reach there in one and a half hundred squares of the Kumbh area to organize Kumbh Snan in a systematic way. Volunteers have taken over the front of traffic management here. At each intersection, their six volunteers are posted with four police personnel.

Sources in the Sangh told that after volunteering from the camp in the morning, they take the loaves of the day tied together and then get involved in the cooperation of the police with complete efficiency. Sangh activists are extending their hand with the Kumbh Mela administration in other arrangements apart from feeding water to the devotees. They have also been issued identity cards by the Kumbh Mela Police Administration. In Haridwar, Sanil’s chief pracharak Sunil says that he has built 55 centers in Kumbh region, where 1500 of his volunteers are selflessly serving in making arrangements for Kumbh. He told that in this work, the Kumbh Mela police administration has given him the name of SPO and asked him to work with the arrangements in Kumbh.

At the time of the royal bath, the volunteers of this Swayamsevak Sangh were also seen offering services on Har Ki Paidi. These people were seen urging devotees to wear masks, social distancing and to immediately go out of the ghat after bathing. The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh workers are also ready to give their services for the third royal bath. In Kumbh Mela, these workers who are working full-time can be seen working in the entire Kumbh Mela area.




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