Mohan Bhagwat, the Sarsanghchalak (the Chief) of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has reached Guwahati on a five-day visit.
Sources told Northeast Now that the RSS chief reached Guwahati on Tuesday evening, and is staying in a secluded Ashram in Adimgiri Hills near Maligaon in Guwahati.
Mohan Bhagwat is not likely to make any public appearance in Guwahati, and will not address any public meeting, the sources said.
Though it could not be ascertained as to why the RSS, sources said, Bhagwat is in Guwahati to oversee the organisation’s works in Assam.
The RSS chief scheduled to have a series of closed-door meetings with senior leaders of the organization, and is likely to meet some political leaders as well.
Bhagawat is likely to meet Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Wednesday evening, and discuss some important political issues of the state.
Bhagwat is likely to return to Guwahati on December 12, and would camp at Keshav Dham, the RSS office at Paltan Bazar in Guwahati.
During his stay at Keshav Dham, Mohan Bhagwat is likely to talk to a large number of RSS leaders who are working in Assam.
Mohan Bagwat’s visit to Assam assumes significance as the state is set to go for election in April next year, and the ruling BJP is all out to retain power.
His last visit to Guwahati was in January 2018, and had addressed a public rally — Luitporia Hindu Samavesh, and around 50,000 swayamsevaks had attended the programme.