Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat was in Ahmedabad on Thursday for a couple of events. Between the events, he also had a closed-door-meeting with chief minister Narendra Modi.
Earlier in the day, the RSS chief participated in a felicitation ceremony to honour services of three trustees of Sadhna Prakashan Trust Raman Shah, Maneklal Patel and Jangiram Kidvani who were retiring on Thursday. He also hailed their commitment, work and contribution to the organisation.
In the evening, he released the Gujarati version of the book ‘Karyakarta’. Addressing the local RSS cadres at the event, he talked about what a worker should be like. “Any worker or karyakarta should have patience, be able to take everyone along with self, have a clear objective and be able to attain those objectives,” Bhagwat said.
‘Karyakarta’ was originally written by founder of Swadeshi Jagran Manch and senior RSS leader Dattopant Thengadi. The book has been translated into Gujarati by Hasubhai Dave of Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh.
Between the two programmes, Bhagwat had a 50-minute-long meeting with Narendra Modi at Hedgewar Bhavan at Maninagar in Ahmedabad. “Narendra Modi arrived to the RSS headquarters and briefly talked to other workers. After that, it was only the two leaders. Their meeting was confidential so no details are available,” a source told dna.