German Ambassador to India, Walter J. Lindner met Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat here on Wednesday. He toured the headquarters of RSS at Reshimbagh.
Walter J. Lindner shared pictures of his trip to RSS headquarter and meeting with Bhagwat on his official Twitter handle with an accompanying post, “Visit of Headquarters of RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh) in Nagpur and long meeting with its Sarsanghchalak (Chief) Dr. Mohan Bhagwat.”
Lindner also described the RSS, founded in 1925, as “the world’s largest voluntary organization though not uncontroversially perceived throughout its history”. During his ongoing tour of Nagpur, the envoy hopped on Maazi Metro for a ride, the city’s first 13.5-km-long Metro Rail project between Khapri-Sitabuldi, launched on March 8, and said he enjoyed the experience.
At Khapri station, Lindner, accompanied by Maha Metro Managing Director Brijesh Dixit, went on a short bicycle ride to highlight the importance of clean and green environment.
A delegation comprising Lindner and officials of the KFW Development Bank, which had provided an easy loan of Rs 3,700 crore for the Maha Metro Project, were briefed about the upcoming infrastructure facility in Maharashtra’s second capital.
He concluded his day in Nagpur with a visit tat Comprehensive Leprosy (and TBC) Sensitisation Project of the Ecumenical Sangan in the city. He tweeted about his visit on his official handle and hailed the contribution of social workers like Naresh Kolhe, Veenha Chauke, Saarika Jangale and Karen Dâ€™Souza. â€œThose are the real heroes of today! Unknown, humble, extra golden hearts!â€ he tweeted
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