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“Consistency must in youth’s endeavours”

PM taking everyone along to build a strong India: Yudhvir Sethi

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Vice President Yudhvir Sethi  said that youth being the backbone of any society must act like responsive citizens and fight against corruption and nepotism to ensure a clean and responsive administration. The youth who comprise of sixty percent population must also bring in stability in their endeavours including politics to achieve their desired goals to serve people in different capacities.

Yudhvir Sethi was addressing a meeting of District Executive Committee of Bhartiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) at Udhampur organised by state vice president & Prabhari Ajay Vaid wherein he said that programmes and policies planned by government or announcements made by senior party colleagues viz-a-viz state’s or country’s welfare must be percolated down to the grass root level by young brigade. The state, he asserted needs good leadership and it’s because of consistency in their enterprise that youth will be able to fill that gap.

Encouraging nationalist forces to come on the forefront, Yudhvir Sethi said our society needs unity in diversity for which Prime Minister Narendra Modi is putting in his best efforts. Unlike past where Congress had been exploiting sentiments of backward classes, Scheduced Classes or Scheduled Tribe people BJP intends to take every section of society along in making India a strong nation where each one of us get opportunities to progress and prosper while putting in use every available opportunity.

The senior BJP leader said that it’s a proud moment for all of us that PM has put nation first and especially youth first. It is towards this end that over 3600 youth under Prime Minister’s special package sought admissions in various professional colleges in rest of the country last year and this year too several hundred youth have applied for the same scholarship to study free of cost. Such initiatives are encouraging and provide youth opportunities to make their career rather than involving in antisocial activities.

Programmes like Make in India, Startups, Mudra Kosh and free education for technical courses are all aimed at helping youth who instead of getting misguided at the hands of anti-national forces should seek benefits of these schemes. The Centre, he added intends to build a strong and financially viable J&K State where young could find job opportunities for which massive infrastructure like Chenani-Nashri Tunnel has been dedicated to people. He said more such programmes and policies are in offing. The four-Lane Jammu-Udhampur road link, Yudhvir Sethi added to the prosperity of people of Udhampur.

Manish Sharma Vice Chairman JAKFED said that Youth being the backbone must help these programme reach commoners so that socio-economic development of the state for which massive funds are being released to build infrastructure is achieved. He said that massive tourism related projects like multi-tier parking at Jammu Bus Stand, City Chowk and behind Super Bazar, Artificial Lake project, Maharaja Hari Singh Park and three Ropeway Projects are going on in the region which once inaugurate will augment tourism potential of Jammu and Kashmir State.

Ajay Vaid in his address said that party workers must work on the theory of ‘One Booth Ten Youth’ and strengthen party at all levels. He state asserted that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has special place in his heart for people of Jammu and Kashmir and this was the reason central government was spending liberally in our state. Projects like Deendayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana, Shyama Prasad Mukherji Uurban Mission, Swatchh Bharat Abhiyan, Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchayee Yojana, Multi Skill Programme – Skill India, Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao Yojana, Digital India Programme, Housing For All By 2022 or Atal Pension Yojna are all aimed at making a strong India.

Vote of thanks was presented by Akhil Prashir Zila Pradhan who hoped that projects undertaken during past will be completed in time and party strengthen at all levels.