Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh is going to hold its annual review meeting for the first time in Jammu and Kashmir in July, indianexpress.com reported.
The report said the decision has been taken to convey to separatists that Kashmir is an “integral part of India”.
“The time and place of meeting was decided to send out a clear message to separatists in the Kashmir valley that the region is integral part of India and the Sangh is committed to its unity,” the report quoted sources having told a wire service.
The report said that RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat and BJP president Amit Shah and leaders from VHP will attend the three day meeting scheduled from July 18-20, report said.
The incidents of stone-pelting and the attack on CRPF personnel could come up for discussion during the meeting, the report added.