RSS members to be seen in new dress with brown trousers from khaki shorts

Photo of a RSS member wearing new brown trouser.

New Delhi: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) set to replace khaki shorts with brown trousers from October 11 and the sale of the new dress has already been launched with each piece costing Rs 250.

These khaki shorts which is the trademark attire for 90 years will no more be seen wearing by the members of RSS.

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According to sources in RSS, around 7 lakh trousers are to be provided in first phase to the members of RSS, which is the ideological mentor of the ruling BJP.

The RSS will formally adopt the new “Ganavesh” (uniform) from the organisation’s foundation day that falls on October 11 this year on the occasion of Vijayadashami.

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Near about 2 lakh full pants have already reached offices of organisation in various states that is being provided to all its members

The trousers will replace the knee-length khaki shorts that members of the RSS, the BJP’s ideological mentor, have worn for the last 90 years.

The new full pants have been stitched in different parts of the country, but the raw material has been bought from the textile town of Bhilwara in Rajasthan, the sources said.

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