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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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"Tandonji worked as an RSS Pracharak during the difficult time of Partition and organised relief work for the refugees.
Rather the world's largest weekly (26 million readership) has given the title to the RSS pracharak to reflect a reality.
The third choice of Bharat Ratna for this year, Nanaji Deshmukh, was a RSS pracharak who rose to become in-charge of Uttar Pradesh in the sixties, and was later one of the architects of the BJP in the 1980s.
For instance, in the Jat-dominated northern state of Haryana, the BJP chose Manohar Lal Khattar, a Punjabi-Khatri and former RSS pracharak (ideologue), as the first non-Jat chief minister.
With the election of Narendra Modi, a life-long pracharak or ideologue of the RSS, as the Prime Minister of India, Hindutva's capture of the 'sovereign, socialist and secular' republic of Gandhian dreams and Nehruvian values is complete.
As per Indian writer, AG Noorani, 'Modi is a lifelong RSS activist (pracharak), having left his family to dedicate himself to the organisation.
He referred to how Prime Minister Shri NarendraModi as RSS Pracharak during those days led the underground movement and played a key role in helping the families of those jailed by the Government besides organising secret resistance meetings.
Perhaps Deb is just unable to shed his RSS past as a pracharak (evangelist).
Devendra Gupta is the RSS pracharak from Bihar while Lokesh Sharma is a RSS activist from Madhya Pradesh.
Being a pracharak (activist) of the extremist Hindu group Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) since 1971, Modi assumed the mantle of Prime Minister with a well-thought-out agenda.
MRM is an affiliate organisation of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh ( RSS) and has RSS pracharak Indresh Kumar as its liaison with the Sangh.
Sankarshan Thakur, "Pracharak to Pradhanmantri: Narendra Modi's ExtraordinaryJourney", 26 de mayo de 2014 [http://sankarshanthakur.