Gujarat CM at 20th national level camp by Vedic Mission Trust at Pransla in Upleta taluka
Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani today exhorted youth to accept and assimilate knowledge and emulate wisdom from the lives of great persons as it is not enough to get education.
Addressing about 15,000 students and youth at the 20th national level camp on Rashtra Katha organized by the Vedic Mission Trust at Pransla in Upleta taluka, he said that India has the world’s largest number of youth and there is need to instill nationalism among them. Nationalism is true dharma of every citizen.
Mr. Rupani expressed great happiness at the assembly of youth brimming with national integration despite their donning widely different attire, coming as they are from different states.
In the Chief Minister’s interactive session with participants that followed, Bhupendra Kumar of Chhattisgarh said that he would carry the lessons of nationalism he learnt at the camp back to his school and instill nationalism among his peers. For Nandta Sharma of army Public School of Noida, who belonged to family of army men, nationalism pervades in the family since childhood. Hiral of Gujarat, who attends this national camp every year, found training in judo and karate very impressive and expressed desire to join the police force to serve the country.
Swami Dharmabandhuji of Vedic Mission Trust gave details of the national camp. Others who spoke included past and present top government, police and army officers.
Those present on the occasion included Range IGP D.N. Patel, Collector Vikrant Pandey, DDO G.T. Pandya, Abtak Editor Satishbhai Mehta and DSP Antaripta Sood.