The appointment of Hindu Yuvak Sabha Madhya Pradesh in-charge and convener will increase the participation of younger generation in Hindu Mahasabha – Deepak Kanojia
In order to fulfill the resolve to increase the participation of the younger generation in the All India Hindu Mahasabha, appointments have been made in the Hindu Yuvak Sabha, Madhya Pradesh for the post of state in-charge and state convener. Deepak Kanojia, National President of Hindu Yuvak Sabha has made both the appointments with the blessings of National President of Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha Swami Tridandi Ji Maharaj and in consultation with National Working President Ravindra Kumar Dwivedi and National Minister Keshav Chauhan. Deepak Kanojia said that these appointments will increase the participation of the younger generation in the Hindu Mahasabha. Hindu Mahasabha's national spokesperson Bhaskar Tiwari said that Kanhaiya Rajak of Panna district has been appointed as the in-charge of Hindu Yuvak Sabha Madhya Pradesh and Madhav Rajak of Damoh district has been appointed as the convener. Hindu Mahasabha's National Office Minister Advocate Sanjaya Sharma has issued appointment letters to both the office bearers from New Delhi.
According to the statement issued, National General Secretary of Hindu Yuvak Sabha, Anshul Tomar has directed Madhya Pradesh in-charge Kanhaiya Rajak to start membership drive at district level by appointing him as district in-charge in all the districts of the state within a month. Similar instructions have also been given to the state convener Madhav Rajak.
Bhaskar Tiwari said that both the office bearers have expressed their gratitude to the National Executive of Hindu Mahasabha and Hindu Yuvak Sabha for their appointment. Both the office bearers expressed their faith and confidence in the leadership of Hindu Mahasabha Madhya Pradesh President Jitendra Singh Thakur and announced to make Hindu Yuvak Sabha the largest and most powerful organization of youth in Madhya Pradesh under his leadership.