Swami Vivekananda, the icon of youth who is renowned and widely esteemed nationally and internationally; is loved and respected for his vigor and unflinching pride that he had been energized with throughout his lifetime for his country. As a result, his words still seemingly resonate the land of India when he stated:
“A few heart-whole, sincere, and energetic men and women can do more in a year than a mob in a century”.
In all of his teachings, sw. Vivekananda has always talked about wholesomeness. He believed that concentration of mind and irreversible focus on aim makes an ordinary man extraordinary, which in turn inspires an individual to achieve the impossible. And in order to highlight the same, under the banner of bodh the drug abuse eradication program of DJJS founded and mentored by His Holiness Ashutosh Maharaj ji, we have organized an exclusive youth awareness program at Rudrapur in the state of Uttarakhand with more than 250 youth citizens who gathered from various parts of the city.
Various eminent personalities of the society like Sh. Akshat Gupta - District magistrate (DM) Udham singh nagar, Sh. Raj kumar Thakural -MLA Rudrapur, Smt. Veena gupta - Social activist, Sh. Anil Shukla - SDM, Rudrapur, Sh. B.S. Kathiyat - Tehseeldar, Rudrapur as well attended this educative and sensitizing gathering where they too kindly encouraged the youth community for their valuable contribution in the society.
“Every person should have an aim in life; one thing that one must want to do should always be intended for the benefit of the society. If each one of us willingly fulfill at least one responsibility, amalgamated efforts can definitely bring a big change in the society” said Sh. Akshat Gupta - District Magistrate (DM), Udham Singh Nagar.
The program was also largely and thoroughly covered by various print media houses and other channels like Amar Ujala, Dainik Jagran, Hindustan, Vasundhra Deep, Uttaranchal Deep, Aaj, News Print, Hindustan and Aman Kesari.
The program was highly appreciated by all the participants and ended with a pledge for making the self and the society drug free.
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