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Khaki trousers on sale, RSS to don new uniform from Vijayadashmi

It will be the first Vijayadashmi where swayamsevaks will be seen in khaki trousers that were decided upon to replace the half pants earlier this year.

Written by Vivek Deshpande | Nagpur | Published: August 30, 2016 2:16 am
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THE Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) officially started selling its new uniform at its two premises here Monday. The organisation plans to formally adopt the new uniform at its annual Vijayadashmi programme on October 11.

It will be the first Vijayadashmi where swayamsevaks will be seen in khaki trousers that were decided upon to replace the half pants earlier this year. For waist size 20-24, sources in the RSS said, a pair of trousers would cost Rs 250. Swayamsevaks will have to pay Rs 10 more for every additional 2 inches.

While RSS members did not confirm as to how many sets of uniforms were made available to the two premises — Smruti Mandir and Mahal Karyalay — swayamsevaks could be seen steadily trickling in to pick up their new sets.

Earlier, it was reported in the media that the Sangh had requisitioned about 10,000 sets. There are, however, many places where RSS uniforms are stitched on bulk orders.

“Swayamsevaks were instructed not to get their trousers stitched from outside since nobody was aware of the exact pattern of the trousers. So, all the trousers will be initially distributed by the RSS itself. Subsequently, however, the swayamsevaks can get that pattern of trousers stitched if and when the need arises,” said a senior functionary.

Asked how swayamsevaks from outside Nagpur would get the trousers, he said, “It was decided that the Shakhas would place their orders with the Nagpur headquarter, from where it would be supplied to them as per the demand.”

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    Ajay
    Aug 30, 2016 at 8:48 am
    May be advised by the cultural minister to cover up all body parts.,
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      sonu
      Aug 30, 2016 at 3:08 am
      good one. now i will be able to go to shakha in full ganvesh
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        Ashok Mazumdar
        Aug 30, 2016 at 3:22 am
        Looks like Home Guard's Dress. Confusion for All. ???
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          mumbikar
          Aug 30, 2016 at 1:31 am
          half tickets will now become full tickets !!!!! but mentality will never change.
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            David
            Aug 30, 2016 at 4:05 am
            Hope the khaki trousers are without pleats and streamline modern fit. White shirt, khaki trousers, black shoes and black hi cap are quit outstanding.
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