Prime Minister Narendra Modi told the National Youth Parliament – Time has passed, but Swami Vivekananda’s influence is still the same.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Prime Minister Narendra Modi) on Tuesday addressed the closing session of the National Youth Parliament – 2021 through video conferencing at the Central Hall (Parliament) of the Parliament House. On this occasion, the Prime Minister also listened to the views of the three young winners of the event. The event was organized by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports and the Lok Sabha Secretariat. Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla; Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishanka’; Minister of State for Youth Affairs and Sports (Independent Charge), Kiren Rijiju and General Secretary of Lok Sabha were present on the occasion.
Recalling Swami Vivekananda’s birthday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in his speech about Swamiji that … time has passed, the country became independent, but we can still see, Swamiji’s influence is still there as it is about spirituality, nationalism, nationalism, public service and Jag Se Bha. What Swamiji said still flows with the same intensity in our minds and temples. He further said that people come under the influence of Swamiji, create institutions, then people go ahead on the path shown by Swamiji and keep adding new people. This cycle of individuals separate from institutions and institutions is a major force in India.
In his speech, Modi urged the youth to take advantage of the newly announced new national education policy. He said efforts were being made to create an ecosystem in the country, the lack of which often forced the youth to study abroad.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi mentioned that there was an idea in the country that if a young man turned his attention to politics, the householders would say that the child was deteriorating because politics had become a way – quarrels, troubles, looting, corruption! People used to say that everything can change, but politics cannot change. He said that even today honest people are getting opportunities in politics and the perception is changing that politics is the place of immoral activities. He said that honesty and acting are becoming the first mandatory condition of today’s politics.
He said that some changes have taken place in the country and it is up to the youth of the country to make these changes. He emphasized that the political dynasty before the country was a challenge that needed to be addressed. Because political dynasties encourage dictatorship as well as inefficiency in democracy. He further said that dynasty is one of the major causes of political and social corruption in India.
On the occasion, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla said that we should be determined that we should make maximum use of youth power and youth power to revive the country and strengthen the constitution and parliament. He expressed confidence that the future of our democracy is bright because our youth force is an active participant in our country, our democracy and our system. The youth are coming forward with the innovation of positive change in the country. He said it was an encouraging sign for the democratic future of our country.
He called for active efforts to convey the parliamentary system and values to the people of the country. He expressed confidence that the energy and strength that the youth will derive from here will strengthen democracy in different parts of the country and at the same time the way to solve the problems and difficulties of the country will come out through this democracy.
Om Birla further said that Swami Vivekananda has given a message to strengthen self-confidence and self-confidence in the youth society. He said he sees the same youthful vigor and confidence in everyone that makes the impossible possible. He said that the youth have the skills to realize Swamiji’s dream.
Commenting on the importance of the Constitution, Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ said that the most important part of our Constitution is – the presentation of this presenter and the first sentence – we are the people of India. This sentence binds every person in Indian society to a national consciousness. He further said that the citizens of the country are the most important in the parliamentary and constitutional process and the most important class among the citizens is the youth.
Pokhriyal further said that the empowerment of the youth is the empowerment of the nation. He said about the National Youth Festival that through this program the promotion of empowerment of individuals from nation to society and from society to society is moving forward fast.
The Education Minister reminded Swami Vivekananda that Swamiji considered the youth as the almighty of the nation. He further said that the most important thing in life is character; And the building of society and nation stands on the four pillars of physical purification, social purification, intellectual purification and spiritual purification.
In her speech, State Minister for Youth Affairs and Sports (Independent Charge) Kiren Rijiju said that for the first time this year the National Youth Festival has been organized in an online-offline high-bridge mode using technology and there is record participation. He said that 7 lakh youths took part in 24 different competitions in this festival. Rijiju congratulated all the winners of the National Youth Parliament Festival and said that when the Prime Minister made a clear call to the nation to fight Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Indian youth played a leading role in our fight against this global epidemic. . He congratulated all the youth of India on the National Youth Day. Rijiju said that India has a great youth force and they will build a self-reliant India and this youth is the guardian of the spirit of ‘One India Greater India’.
At the end of the ceremony, Lok Sabha Speaker, Om Birla awarded the winners of the National Youth Parliament 2021 competition.