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SHAHEED UDHAM SINGH'S MARTYRDOM MORE RELEVANT TODAY THAN EVER, SAYS NSUI NATIONAL PRESIDENT NEERAJ KUNDAN

July 31, 2020 03:08 PM

NSUI PUNJAB LAUNCHES UNIQUE 'ONLINE YOUTH PARLIAMENT' DEBATE SERIES AS TRIBUTE ON SHAHEED UDHAM SINGH'S MARTYRDOM DAY

Amritsar/Chandigarh (Face2News)

The path alighted by Shaheed Udham Singh would always be a guiding light for coming generations, NSUI National President Neeraj Kundan said adding that relevance of role played by great martyr in India's freedom struggle was more pronounced in present fight against centre's fascist mindset.

Interacting with the school children during his address on the occasion of first 'Online Youth Parliament' organised by NSUI Punjab, Kundan while paying tributes to the great martyr on his martyrdom day underlined need for greater emphasis to disseminate knowledge about our martyrs and risks they undertook to ensure we breathe in free India.

The first of its kind event has been organised by NSUI Punjab led by state president Akshay Sharma, as a tribute to Shaheed Udham Singh ji. Hundreds of students from across country took part in the event through video conferencing and shared their thoughts about the great son of the soil.

  

AICC Secretary incharge NSUI Ruchi Gupta asserted youth is the edifice on which our fight against fascist forces hellbent on decimating every sense of freedom our Constitution provides can be based on. Pointing out that India's youth has the potential and courage needed to make our country a world leader, Ruchi Gupta said the need was to make them more conscious of our incomparable legacy and glorious traditions of nation building.

Discussions on topical issues including Legacy of our great martyrs - A message for Youth, Participation of Youth in Nation Building, National Education Policy 2020 formed nucleus of stimulating debates spread over three sessions.

The specially crafted event to engage youngsters in process of nation building would be a regular feature and would be extended to include more schools and colleges from next year, Akshay Sharma disclosed.

Earlier inaugurating the event, Punjab Cabinet Minister O P Soni exhorted youngsters to learn and follow from the great sacrifices our martyrs had to make to attain independence from British rule. We must do everything to sustain that freedom and liberty, which is under attack today, Soni added.

Speaking on the occasion, AICC Secretary incharge NSUI Ruchi Gupta asserted youth is the edifice on which our fight against fascist forces hellbent on decimating every sense of freedom our Constitution provides can be based on. Pointing out that India's youth has the potential and courage needed to make our country a world leader, Ruchi Gupta said the need was to make them more conscious of our incomparable legacy and glorious traditions of nation building.

Youngsters are India's hope to realise our truest potential, promiment Congress youth leader and All India Youth Congress Secretary incharge Himachal Pradesh Daaman Bajwa said urging them to play a pivotal role in nation building through hardwork, perseverance and commitment to ideals of our Constitution.

Reiterating youth committment to rebuild India of our dreams, young Congress leader from Amritsar Vikas Soni said future of India as a secular and democratic country depends on our youth's ability to rise to the occasion, which they are very capable of.

NSUI School Leaders including Manbir Sandhu, Saurav Bhola, Arshdeep Singh, Yuvraj Majithia, Harsukh Singh, Madhur Arora, Dhruv Verma and Organising Committee DYMUN members including Manbir Sandhu, Raibeer Singh, Arshdeep Singh, Hargun kaur, Pritika Sharma, Zannat Hundal, Chirag Kundra  and Vahenoor Kaur made the organization of event successful.

 
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