PVAF IS LEADING IN PROMOTING YOUNG EDUCATED BLOOD TO BE LEADERS.....INDIA'S MINISTERS APPRECIATES THE TREND.....
Posted by Vishva News Reporter on February 25, 2003

Prajaapati Vishva Aashram Foundation (PVAF) since its creation gave a central place for the youth to become leaders....by actually performing the leadership role in PVAF Board of Directors....mentored and guided daily by their elders with white hair of education and life experience wisdom.....but without the constraints of the past traditons...to move boldly in the future with slow and steady steps...to create and live a life better than their previous generations....

Now India's Minister of Parliamentary Affaris and Defence said the above thoughts to an experiement by bhaaratiy youths:

"The young Parliamentarians have shown to me how the highest legislature of the country should really function. How the members should raise an issue, how to reply, how to listen to the opposition and also to the ruling party patiently",

Please read about this to share the good feeling at PVAF of the above news as reported from SIFY NEWS by clicking on the next line.....



'Young Parliament' impresses minister
New Delhi, Feb 26, 2002

The topics were sensitive and the debate was lively, sometimes a bit heated, but within Parliamentary decorum, with the members maintaining an intellectual level of the discussion all through, which surprised Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs and Defence O Rajagopal.

The Minister, who is a member of the Rajya Sabha, found this refreshing change away from the House when he took some time off to present the awards to the winners of the fifth National Youth Parliament Competition for universities/colleges here on Tuesday.

Winner of the first prize, the team from Lucknow University, staged a brief "sitting of the Lok Sabha" on the occasion. "The young Parliamentarians have shown to me how the highest legislature of the country should really function. How the members should raise an issue, how to reply, how to listen to the opposition and also to the ruling party patiently", Rajagopal said.

He lamented the deterioration in the conduct of the members of the real Parliament. "You must have seen on TV how the MPs were stalling the proceedings of the House, not letting it carry on its important business for days, but I am happy that today these young friends have shown us how to conduct a lively debate without creating chaos", the Minister said.

He expressed concern over the increasing tendency to seek solution of issues through means outside the constitutional structure like mass agitations "which is the very negation of the democratic functioning".

The Minister called upon the youth to function as a vital pressure group to defeat negative forces and help strengthen Parliamentary democracy which has completed 50 years in the country.

Teams from Madurai Kamraj University, Madurai and the Government College, Rajasthan won the first and second prize respectively.

 



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