Bhartiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) today announced its plans to launch “Panch Kranti” programme in Jammu and Kashmir to fulfil Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “outstanding vision and commitment” to improve social strata of common people.
Like in other states, the Morcha is going to launch “Panch Kranti” programme in Jammu and Kashmir, BJYM state president Suresh Ajay Magotra said.
A road map has been chalked out to contribute in five particular schemes selected at the national level which include “Yog Kranti”, “Swachta Kranti” (Swacch Bharat), “Koushal Kranti” (Skill India), “Kanya Shakti Kranti” (Beti Bachao, Beti Padao) and “Nirman Kranti” (Make in India), he said.
“It is a national programme to be launched under the leadership of BJYM national president Anurag Thakur,” Magotra added.
Our PM, with his outstanding vision and commitment to improve social strata of the common man, had started many schemes for equitable welfare, he said, adding “The aim of the policies is to fulfil basic necessities like food, security, home for all, health, education, job opportunities, safe water and cleanness and hygiene.”
Whatever Modi is doing is not less than a revolution and no revolution is complete without active participation of youth, the BJYM state president said.
The Morcha under the leadership of Anurag Thakur will take the initiative to involve youth in raising awareness among society and to explore ways for better execution of those schemes at grass root level, he said.
Magotra informed that five “Kranti Doots” (messengers of
revolution) for respective “Krantis” have been appointed in Jammu and Kashmir by BJYM national president Anurag Thakur.
Karan Sharma would look after “Koushal Kranti”, Ishant Mahajan for “”Yog Kranti”, Tarun Sharma for “Swachhta Kranti”, Ankush Gupta would take care of “Nirman Kranti” and Ajay Vaid for “Kanya Shakti Kranti”, the BJYM state president said.
These “Kranti Doots” have been directed to frame committees at District and Mandal levels and in coming days a state level one-day workshop is going to be held in which BJYM National leadership would hold Sessions for its 100 per cent execution, he said.
Asserting that these schemes launched by the Modi government is not like those started by previous regimes which was just for selective people, he said it is a step towards national reconstruction.
Magotra appealed to the youth of the state to participate in these activities of Nation building for better future and clean India with their contribution.