Youth should channelize their energies in right direction to make India a super power – Deputy Chief Minister
Sh. Dushyant Chautala shared his experiences with the students of Chandigarh University
Chandigarh, January 12 – Haryana Deputy Chief Minister, Sh. Dushyant Chautala called upon the youth to follow the path as shown by the great Swami Vivekananda. He added that drawing inspiration from his ideas, youth should channelise their energy into constructive work so that India becomes a ‘Super Power’ by the year 2047.
The Deputy Chief Minister said this while addressing as the Chief Guest at the “EVOKE-2023 Youth-Summit” programme organized at Chandigarh University here today.
While addressing the students of the university on the topic “Challenges and Prospects for Indian Youth in Amrit Kaal”, he said that only the youth can change the destiny of the country. While saluting Swami Vivekananda on his birth anniversary today, the youth should take inspiration from his life. He said that the youth made a significant contribution in the freedom movement as well. The nation must be advanced on the path of progress even today, while keeping in mind the unity and integrity of the country, with the assistance of technology.
Recalling his university student life, Sh. Dushyant Chautala said that the phase of learning in college and university is the golden period of anyone’s life. He urged the students to make constructive use of this opportunity so that nation building can be ensured. He also called upon the Directors and Professors of the University to share their knowledge and first hand experience with the youth so that their energy could be channelised in the right direction.
Students of Chandigarh University were overwhelmed to have the young Deputy Chief Minister among them and many enthusiastic students raised their queries from education to politics to Sh. Dushyant Chautala. In response to a question, he stated that becoming a politician gives an immense amount of responsibility as a politician is answerable to the public. Be it Sarpanch, District Councillor, MLA or MP, it is the moral responsibility of the representative elected by the public to develop the area with honesty. He agreed that in comparison to India, representatives elected in developed countries like America are more educated but field experience is more in our country.
Describing the experience of his tenure of five years as Member of Parliament and three years as Deputy Chief Minister of Haryana, he said that he has seen the country moving forward on the path of progress in these eight years. He highly commended the work done under the leadership of Prime Minister, Sh. Narendra Modi.
He added that during the sensitive period of Covid-19, many giant companies headed towards India. He said that companies like Apple have set up their manufacturing plant in India and Maruti Company decided to set up another big car manufacturing plant in Haryana. He said that all this has been possible only because of the “political will-power” of our country.
Describing India as the youngest country in the world, the Deputy Chief Minister said that good educational institutions are opening in the country, youth are learning new innovative techniques. In such a situation, he has complete hope that by the year 2047, our country will not only become a developed nation, but also a ‘super-power’.
Welcoming the guests, Chandigarh University Chancellor Sardar Satnam Singh Sandhu said that in the last 8 years new opportunities have increased for the youth in the country, be it job or self-employment, there has been unprecedented development in the country in every sector. He also appreciated the new education policy.
Film Director, Madhur Bhandarkar, International Sportsperson And Motivational Speaker, Sangram Singh IAS, Anjali Birla and Senior Journalists, Sumit Awasthi and Smriti Rastogi also shared their views on the occasion.