Vice President calls upon youth to practise and follow Fundamental Duties

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Vice President of India, Shri Jagdeep Dhankhar Image from Wikipedia
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Vice President calls upon youth to practise and follow Fundamental Duties

‘Climate change can be addressed if we take our Fundamental Duties towards the environment seriously’
VP asks students to become ‘catalysts of change’, expresses confidence India will become the third largest economy by 2030
VP interacts with volunteers of NSS Contingent at Upa-Rashtrapati Nivas

By PIB Delhi

The Vice President, Shri Jagdeep Dhankhar today called upon the youth to  practise and follow Fundamental Duties in the Constitution, while exercising their Fundamental Rights. Flagging the challenge of climate change, he said this critical issue can be addressed effectively by taking our fundamental duties towards the environment seriously.

Interacting with the volunteers of the NSS contingent which took part in the Republic Day parade, the Vice President complimented the students for their efforts in the betterment of communities. Commending that there was an equal number of boys and girls in the NSS contingent, Shri Dhankhar said that this gender representation is also visible in the leadership positions being held by Indians globally.

The Vice President stressed that India is on the rise and that it is at a ‘very important time of its Amrit Kaal’. He said the youth should rightfully take pride in India’s technological achievements, economic development and welfare initiatives over the years. Lauding that India has become the fifth largest economy recently, he expressed confidence that the nation will be the third largest economy before the end of the decade.

Calling upon the students to work on their dreams to make them a reality, Shri Dhankhar said ‘the nation looks up to you, depends on you and wants you to become the catalyst of change in our journey towards a developed India @ 2047’.

Nearly 200 volunteers, who were selected from 5 zonal camps across the country for the Republic Day programme, interacted with the Vice President. The volunteers were drawn from various streams of higher education, with equal representation to boys and girls. Shri Nisith Pramanik, Minister of State for Youth Affairs and Sports and other dignitaries were also present on the occasion. 

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Antara Tripathy

Chief Editor & CEO of IBG NEWS (09/Aug/2018-Present), Secretary of All Indian Reporter's Association,West Bengal State Committee. Earlier Vice President of IBG NEWS (01/Jan/ 2013-08/Aug/2018). She took over the charge from the Founder Editor of the Channel.
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