Young traders pledge to cast votes
Mail News Service
Jamshedpur, April 20: Affiliated to Junior Chamber International (JCI), JCI India is a voluntary organization functioning since 1949 to develop leadership and entrepreneurial skills among young men and women of this country.
In keeping with the policies of the organization JCI Jamshedpur Royals was formed today where 30 young business persons took oath under founder president Tara Kishore Agrawal. The chief guest on the occasion was JCI India zone president Ashwani Kumar while the guests of honour were Pallavi Sabu the JCI zone coordinator (growth and development) and Archana Murarka (zone coordinator – awards).
The youth members pledged to exercise their franchise on May 12 and launch voters’ awareness campaigns. The program was inaugurated jointly by the guests with the lighting of the traditional lamp.
In his inaugural address, Tara Kishore Agrawal observed, “No one can work singlehandedly. Whatever target we undertake will be with our joint efforts but aloof of political ideologies.”
The program was conducted by Nishit Naredi and the vote of thanks was offered by Sandip Agrawal.