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PM addresses NCC Cadets and NSS Volunteers

PM addresses NCC Cadets and NSS Volunteers

NCC Cadets and NSS Volunteers were addressed today by the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi. In his remarks to the gathering, the Prime Minister noted that this was the first time children dressed as Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose had visited the Prime Minister’s Residence. According to the Prime Minister, the mantra of Jai Hind inspires everyone.

During his interactions with the youth of the country in recent weeks, the Prime Minister mentioned celebrating Vir Bal Diwas a month ago in honor of Vir Sahebzades’ courage and valour. Additionally, he mentioned the National Youth Festival in Karnataka, young sports players at the Khel Mahakumbh in Uttar Pradesh, children at the Parliament and his residence, and Bal Puraskar Awardees. On January 27, the Prime Minister will participate in Parkisha Pe Charcha, an interaction with students.

In his remarks, the Prime Minister cited two reasons for the importance of this dialogue with youth. Firstly, he is inspired by the energy, freshness, novelty, and passion of youth, which keeps motivating him to work hard day and night. “All of you represent dreams in this ‘Amrit Kaal’ and will be the biggest beneficiaries of the ‘Viksit Bharat’. You will also carry the biggest responsibility for building it,” said the Prime Minister.

Several dimensions of public life are becoming increasingly dominated by youth, said the Prime Minister. The massive participation of youth in Parakram Diwas and other events of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav reflects the youth’s dreams and dedication to the country.

He commended the NCC and NSS volunteers for their contributions during the Corona pandemic and emphasized the government’s efforts to encourage them. Prime Minister informed that special programs are being run in dozens of districts across the country where special training is imparted with the help of the army, navy and airforce to prepare the youth for challenges they face along the border and coastal regions of the country. As a result of this exercise, the youth will not only be future-ready, but also be prepared to act as first responders in an emergency. In addition, the Prime Minister highlighted the vibrant border development program near the country’s borders. The Prime Minister said efforts are being made to boost the capability of youth in border areas so that families can return to their villages where better opportunities for education and employment exist.

 

Saurav Singh

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