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pracharak

(prəˈtʃɑːrək)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in India) a person appointed to propagate a cause through personal contact, meetings, public lectures, etc
[Hindi]
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Reiterating that Modi had been working more as an RSS pracharak than PM, Lalu said: Our mandate is to oppose Modi.
Earlier,at a meeting of senior RSS leaders and various sociocultural frontal organisations of the Sangh at the Bharti Bhawan,the action plan was prepared in the presence of Kshetriya Pracharak Durgadas and Prant Pracharak Shiv Lehari.
This is "deplorable and unacceptable," All India Congress Committee said in a strongly-worded statement, adding that Modi "would be well- advised to take off the adversarial 'RSS Pracharak Hat'".
Shah's close association with Modi dates back to 1982, when Shah was a Rashtriya Swyamsevak Sangh (RSS) volunteer and Modi an RSS pracharak (preacher).
He left home at 18, leaving behind a young bride, to become a full-time pracharak (propagandist) of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), the BJP's ideological parent.
For us he is a Sangh pracharak (RSS worker) and people of Sangh do not get married.
Modi is a RSS pracharak (a volunteer who propagates RSS philosophy).
He is speaking like a leader of the BJP and a pracharak.
While one party has a pracharak, who only does 'prachar' the other just has a dharnebaaj, who is all the time busy organising dharnas.
Gupta, a former Vibhag Pracharak of RSS, is presently in CBI custody and was being questioned about the other accused and the conspiracy behind the blasts.
According to a RSS pracharak, several instances of conversion had come to their notice.
For the first time since the BJP's formation three decades ago, the organization of Hindu supremacists has been able to launch someone on the road to national political power who is not only a former saffron pracharak (campaigner), but also a person who is expected by the RSS to render yeomen's service to the cause of Hindutva, or Hindu cultural nationalism.