Quality Education For Girls Can Secure a Bright Future for Nation : Vibodh
BJP senior leader and MLC Vibodh Gupta today visited Government Girls Higher Secondary School Nowshera and interacted with the staff and students there. On this occasion MLC also addressed the students about the nation wide programmes which are being organised to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of Quit India Movement. He called upon all the girl students to take keen interest in our history and learn more about great historic movements which enabled us to take birth in a independent nation. He urged the teachers to regularly give lectures to the students about the history of our independence and inculcate a sense of patriotism and love for nation among the student community. While giving details about various social security schemes for the girl students Vibodh said that Prime Minister Modi accords very very high priority towards educating our girls and this is the only reason that he has launched various welfare schemes for the girl students at a massive scale. This he said will ensure a bright future for our girls on one hand and on the other hand such schemes will empower the women folk. With this girls will also get equal opportunities to become part of the development movement which Prime Minister Modi has launched. He also asked the students to ensure that the latest Quit India movement launched by Prime Minister Modi to rout out corruption and militancy from our nation gets same success as the Quit India Movement got 75 years ago.
On this occasion some students demanded some educational aids for the school. Reacting to this MLC Vibodh immediately sanctioned Rs. 1 Lakh out of his CDF for the school. Latter he congratulated the school students and staff members on the eve of Independence day and asked them to organise special events to celebrate Independence day. School principal Ashok Kumar Verma in his address thanked MLC Vibodh Gupta for his regular visits to the institution and for encouraging the students and teachers of the school. Prominent among others who were present on the occasion included Sardar Jaswant Singh, Mool Raj Sharma, Surinder Anand, Narinder Sharma, Vishal Gupta, Anu Bhasin, Gorav Gupta and Kulvir Gupta.