Youth have the power to take the country forward: CM

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Jamshedpur, Jan. 11: BJP Yuva Morcha Jamshedpur Mahanagar took out a torch light procession (Yuva Jagriti Jyoti Yatra) or Mashal Yatra on the eve of International Youth Day and anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, on Wednesday, January 11 from Shitlamandir in Sakchi.

The procession was headed by president of Namo for Yuva Jamshedpur Mahanagar Manoj Bajpayee. The yatra culminate at Sakchi roundabout where chief minister Raghubar Das, minister Amar Bouri, BJP Yuva Morcha state president Amit Kumar, BJP Jamshedpur Mahanagar President Dinesh Kumar and party workers in large numbers participated.

On the occasion addressing the gathering, chief minister said, youth power is the India’s strength and it’s important that there is discipline among the youths. The youths play a vital role in changing the fate of a state and the country and have the power to take the country forward.

Jamshedpur MP Vidyut Varan Mahato said, the system of any state is dependent on its youths and the current Jharkhand government led by the BJP is working for the regeneration of the youth and has launched several schemes which would help them in getting jobs.

BJP Yuva Morcha state president Amit Singh said, Swami Vivekananda is the ideal for the youths and have been famous not only in India but around the world.

Today the state and the country are dependent on its youth and we should work for the upliftment of the youths which would be a true tribute to Swami vivekananda.

Also present at the event were Dhruv Mishra, Amar Singh, Hemant Sahu, Pradeep Mukherjee, Chintu Singh, Pappu Rao, Chandrasekhar Mishra, Anil Modi, Gurdev Singh Raja, Khemlal Choudhary, Bhupendra Singh, Sanjeev Kumar, Kulwant Singh Bunty, Ankit Anand, Anmol Verma and party workers in large numbers.

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