RSS India: Emerging as an Unsung Hero During COVID-19

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Often facing bad publicity due to the ‘Hindu Extremist’ label given by the left-wing media, the RSS Swayam Sevaks have undoubtedly outdone themselves during the COVID-19 lockdown by unconditionally supporting all those in need during these trying & difficult times.

The organization has selflessly provided several COVID relief services all throughout India with the help of 5 lakh plus volunteers through 92,00,000 relief centers & has helped about 44,86,750 migrants ever since the pandemic hit India. They have even provided about 1.65 lakh homes to these migrants, along with new jobs & have distributed almost a million masks/PPE kits all across India.

More than 12 million food packets & 2 million ration kits have been distributed and over 1  million units of blood/plasma have been donated by the workers selflessly.

As a matter of fact, several RSS members have even been tested positive including joint publicity chief Sunil Ambekar, but this has not stopped them from continuing in their fight against COVID-19

Under the leadership of Mohan Bhagwat, RSS has emerged as one of the greatest pillars of our nation that seems to be stepping in a major economic crisis due to the global effects of the pandemic. Embodying the ideology of ‘more work, less talk’, the organization is has been working for Amphan relief alongside the COVID -19 relief & has proved that their biggest strength is in their numbers and that their all duties are inarguably in the favor of every single responsible citizen of India, despite what the opposition says.