The state of economy, exodus of Rohingyas from Myanmar and violence by cow vigilantes are some of the issues likely to be discussed at a three-day meeting of the RSS beginning here from tomorrow.
"For the first time, no resolution will be passed at the meet. Henceforth, resolutions will be passed at the RSS executive meeting of March," Sangh spokesperson Manmohan Vaidya told reporters here.
The conclave will discuss matters such as the economic slowdown, exodus of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar, violence by self-styled cow vigilantes and terrorist activities in Jammu and Kashmir, RSS leaders said.
The ABKM is one of the highest policy formulation and decision-making bodies of the RSS.
RSS Madhya Bharat Prant publicity head Deepak Sharma said nearly 300 delegates from across the country were expected to take part in the meet which will take place at Shishu Mandir School in the Sharda Vihar area.
The Nagpur-headquartered organisation holds its executive meeting twice a year in March and October, Sharma said, adding that Bhopal is hosting the meeting after a decade.
The meeting will also review the Sangh's work over the past six months, another RSS functionary said.
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, who is here for last one week, will attend the meeting.
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