Nagpur: The country's renowned industrialist Rahul Bajaj, known for his impeccable opinion, visited the memorial of Dr. Keshav Baliram Hedgewar, the founder of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. He called it a courtesy tour. During this time he offered flowers at Hedgewar Smriti Mandir. This monument is present in Reshimbagh, Nagpur. However, he did not visit the Union Headquarters located nearby. Earlier this year, he turned down the invitation given by the Sangh headquarters.
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A union official said, "Bajaj came here on Saturday along with Nagpur's metropolitan unionist Rajesh Loya and other officials. He offered flowers at Hedgewar Smriti Mandir. A senior official said, 'It was a courtesy visit. I invited Bajaj to visit the memorial. It was said that whenever he is around Nagpur, he should come here. Since he was in neighboring Wardha district, he also came here. It was an informal invitation.'
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It is worth mentioning that Dr. Hedgewar founded the association in the year 1925 on the occasion of Vijayadashami (Dussehra). Its purpose was to organize Hindu society culturally and spiritually. Former President and senior Congress leader Pranab Mukherjee created a stir in the anti-union camp by visiting the Sangh headquarters at the invitation of the Sangh chief.
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