BJYM’s two-day Abhyas Varg concludes

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 12 Jan 2018 10:45:18


 

Staff Reporter

The two-day Abhyas Varg of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) was concluded on Thursday. City President, BJYM, Ranjeet Patel informed that senior office bearers of the Morcha, Executive members, Mandal Presidents and General Secretaries participated in the Varga.


It is organised into four sessions. Prashant Bajpai addressed the first session, Manish Soni addressed second session, Member of Parliament, Rakesh Singh addressed the third session and Chairman, Mahakoshal Development Authority, Prabhat Sahu addressed the last session.


City President of BJP, G S Thakur presided over the programme. The speakers expressed views on Union and State run schemes for youths.
Addressing a huge gathering of BJYM office bearers MP Rakesh Singh said the identity of Morcha members should be from his attitude and thoughts. The energy in youths should be given right direction and guidance. He said if BJYM members know the significance of the Varga they would be able to lead thousands of youths in future.
Young freedom fighters had played pivotal role in librating motherland from the clutches of British rule he added and said the BJP led Governments had always worked for development.


Singh said Prime Minister, Narendra Modi has launched a number of schemes for youths so that they would become self-reliant and also generate jobs for others. Start up India, Make in India, Pradhanmantri Murdra Rin, Skill Development Scheme etc. after the some of the schemes directed related to employment. The Yuva Morcha has to apprise people of the schemes so that they would take due benefit of the same.


Addressing the last session of the Varga, Chairman, MDA, Prabhat Sahu said such training programmes give needed knowledge and teaching to youths. He said experience counts a lot. It takes people to desired heights. Calling up youths to work with full energy to further strengthen the party, he said youths must play important role in politics. They said leadership qualities can be sharpen through such training sessions.