JAMMU: International events like G20 Tourism Working Group Meeting provide exposure to the student fraternity because such jamborees involve wide scale interaction of local community with the foreign delegates giving an opportunity to youth to get firsthand knowledge about different cultures sustaining across the world.
This was stated by senior BJP leader and former Deputy Chief Minister, Kavinder Gupta while addressing a programme on G20 meeting here at Govt Girls High School Satwari. BJP stalwart from J&K along with Pooja Mishra, National Vice President Mahila Morcha were the special guests.
Kavinder said that the successful conduct of G20 meeting has shown the world that BJP Government led by PM Narendra Modi has restored peace and normalcy in the Valley, and the tourists from any part of the world could now enjoy the splendid beauty of the UT of J&K by visiting the region anytime of the year.
Pooja Mishra, who is on a visit to J&K, lauded the work done by the local Mahila Morcha unit in the UT. She asked the members of Mahila Morcha to motivate the womenfolk to play their important role in politics as well as social life because no society can grow without the active support of women. She said that Mahila Morcha is an important wing of the BJP and therefore its activists should always remain on forefront to take up the cause of women and also to spread the message about significance of a nationalist government in chair, as successive governments have ruined the future of youths due to directionless policies and plans.
Painting and Rangoli competitions were also organized during the event, in which large number of students took part.
Kavinder Gupta gave prizes to the outstanding students and asked them to work for becoming the meaningful citizens of the country by remaining away from drugs and other evils of society.
Earlier, Principal of the School Surjit Singh presented welcome address.
Prominent among those who were present included Anuradha Charak, Vinay Gupta, Rekha Mahajan District President; Neha Mahajan, Indu Puri, Corporator Pawan Singh, Narinder Koki, Bharat Bhushan, Monika Khosla, Mitu Sharma, Poonam Gupta and Radha Sharma.