In Haryana, Chief Minister Manohar Lal has returned from Delhi with a booster dose amidst the agitation of farmers’ organizations going on for the last six months. Encouraged by the timely overcoming of the second wave of Corona, the Chief Minister took the second dose of the vaccine as soon as he reached Chandigarh from Delhi, while consulting with the CMO officers, prepared a strategy to move forward on the next strategy. It is said that this visit of the Chief Minister also created an atmosphere for the government’s talks with the farmers’ organizations. There have been indications that the central government may hold talks with the agitating farmers’ organizations in the next few days.
Chief Minister Manohar Lal, who arrived in Delhi after demonstration, violence and sabotage in Hisar and negotiated negotiations with farmers’ organizations, not only took guidance from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, but also with BJP President JP Nadda on the next works of the government and organization in detai discussed. The Chief Minister had met Union Home Minister Amit Shah during his previous visit.
The most important thing about Chief Minister Manohar Lal’s visit to Delhi was his meeting with senior leaders of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. Before and after meeting the Prime Minister, Manohar Lal met with the leaders of the Sangh in two rounds. Construction work is going on at the RSS headquarters Jhandewalan nowadays. That is why all the senior leaders of the RSS are sitting in the apathetic ashram of Delhi. The Chief Minister first had a long consultation with the RSS’s Sah Sarkaryavah Arun Kumar. Arun Kumar previously had the responsibility of head of All India Publicity. After talking to the Prime Minister, the Chief Minister met the new Sarkaryavah of the RSS, Dattatreya Hosabale.
Chief Minister Manohar Lal also met RSS’s Saha Sarkaryavah Dr. Krishna Gopal and Saha Sarkaryavah Dr. Manmohan Vaidya in Delhi. There has been a big change in the RSS at the national level and new responsibilities have been assigned to new people. In this context, the Chief Minister’s meeting and consultation with these leaders has been very important.