Rajnath Singh in Bareilly: Home Minister hails youth, says Indian economy one of the fastest growing

Home Minister Rajnath Singh today hailed India’s youth for taking the country forward among the global leaders. Speaking at the Foundation Day ceremony at MJP Rohilkhand University in Bareilly, the senior BJP Minister said that India has majority of its population in the under-35 age category which possesses the power of taking it forward in the world. “Bharat ek aisa desh hai jo yuva shakti mein dhani bhi hai aur bhaagyashaali bhi. Humaare desh ko aage leke jaane ki urja jo hai woh humaari 2/3rd janta mein hai (India is a nation thatg is very rich in the power of youth and is also very lucky to possess it. Two-thirds of the population of the country has the energy to take the country ahead),” Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said in Bareilly.


He added that India is touted as the fastest growing economy by every leading agency in its ratings. “Bharat ki tasveer poori duniya mein fastest growing economy ki tarah dekhi jaa rahi hai. Lekin kuch taakatein aisi hain jo isse kharaab kar rahi hain. Duniya ki saari agencies maanti hain ki India is the fastest growing economy of the world (India nis being seen as a fastest growing economy in the world. But, some powers are trying to tarnish India’s image. All the major agencies believe that India is the fastest growing economy of the world),” Home Minister Rajnath Singh said at the Foundation Day event of the university. The Home Minister lauded the efforts of the people who have reached greater scales in the arena of science and technology. He said that none of the countries have been able to reach that level.


Home Minister Rajnath Singh graced the 44th Raising Day function of Rohilkhand University in a grand manner today. He reached the University at 11.30 in the morning and inaugurated the 147-ft Tricolor flag. In addition to this, he also launched three projects. He was also joined by Union Minister Santosh Gangwar, Bareilly Mayor Dr Umesh Gautam. Rohilkhand University was turned into a fort for security arrangements of Rajnath Singh’s visit for the Foundation Day celebrations. In the program, more than 2000 thousand people, including NCC, NSS volunteer, students of the University, teachers were present.


Source:-Fnancial Express