RSS To Organise Workers' Training To Tackle Possible Third Wave Of Covid-19;  Workers To Reach 2.5 Lakh Places In IndiaRSS volunteers during Pad Sanchalan. (Adarsh Gupta/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

In a positive development, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) announced on Sunday (11 July) that it will organize nationwide “workers' training” to prepare for a possible third wave of coronavirus pandemic.

This trained personnel will then reach about 2.5 lakh places in the country for assisting in various activities and boosting the morale of the society.

“In view of the possibility of the third wave of Corona, special “workers’ training” will be organized in the whole country to cooperate with the administration and help the potential victims. In such a situation, these trained workers will reach about 2.5 lakh places to reach the people at the appropriate time to get all the necessary information to boost the morale of the society. This training will be completed in the month of August and from September, many more people and organizations will be connected in this campaign through Jan Jagran (public awareness) in every village and township,” RSS stated.

The move the discussed during the Akhil Bharatiya Prant Pracharak baithak of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. In the meeting, organizational activities and the circumstances arising out of the second wave of Corona were widely discussed.

Additionally, the service work done in the Prants along with the facilitation centers and promotion campaigns for vaccination conducted by volunteers were also reviewed.

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