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I am an organic product of ABVP – Amit Shah

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“With a membership of 50,65,264, ABVP has broken its own record to become the world’s largest students’ organisation”

New Delhi. Marking the 75th anniversary of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), Union Home Minister Amit Shah inaugurated the 69th National Conference on 08 December 2023. The historic four-day event, being held at the sprawling 52-acre ‘Indraprastha Nagar’ tent-city in Burari, New Delhi, commenced on December 7th, bringing together over 10,000 students from every district across Bharat. ABVP National General Secretary, Yagyawalkya Shukla, announced that ABVP has set a new world record with a membership of 50,65,264 students, solidifying its position as the world’s largest student organisation. Other highlights of the second day of the national conference included the launch of the theme song of the 69th ABVP National Conference titled ‘ABVP Rashtrabhakti’ as well as the launch of five books on diverse themes concerning the issue of national consciousness.

The 69th National Conference of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad commenced with the grand welcome of the ‘Hindavi Swarajya Yatra,’ commemorating the 350th anniversary of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s coronation, covering a total distance of around 2000 km. The Yatra commenced on November 28th from Raigarh Fort, Maharashtra, and concluded on December 7th at the venue of ABVP National Conference at Burari, New Delhi. Following the conclusion of the Yatra, the Duttaji Didolkar Exhibition was inaugurated by the former National President of ABVP Dr. Rajkumar Bhatia which was followed by a flag-hoisting ceremony in the evening, setting a beautiful example of inclusiveness and empathy with around 150 visually-challenged students forming a tri-colour and accompanied by over 8500 students singing Vande Mataram in a mesmerizing chorus.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah stated, “I am an organic product of ABVP, and I embarked on my journey of national reconstruction starting from the Rajkot ABVP National Conference. Established in 1949, ABVP has played a pivotal role in national reconstruction, contributing significantly to movements like the anti-emergency movement, etc. Today, I urge the youth to channelize their efforts in promoting national interest, emphasizing the need to live meaningfully for the glory of Bharat. I humbly request everyone present to commit the next 25 years of their lives to the goal of nation building as the world looks upon Bharatiya youth with optimism and hope. ABVP is not just an organization; it is a movement in itself”.

ABVP National President Dr. Rajsharan Shahi, stated, “This conference is a sacred endeavour for all the ABVP activists. ABVP continues to advance its mission consistently over time. In its magnificent 75-year journey, ABVP has not only posed questions but has also presented solutions, contributing to familiarizing the youth of Bharat with the real history of the nation. The vision of ABVP is that education must be rooted in culture and committed to progress”.

ABVP National General Secretary, Yagywalkya Shukla, stated, “With the motto of ‘Student’s Power is Nation’s Power,’ the 69th National Conference stands as a testament to this organization’s commitment to shaping the future of Bharat’s youth through education, culture, and leadership. ABVP is a movement that advocates positive changes, having a history of fostering and leading socially impactful and transformative endeavours. ABVP initiated ‘Mission Sahasi,’ a nationwide movement to provide self-defence training to students. ABVP has surpassed the milestone of more than 5 million active members, solidifying its position as the world’s largest students’ organisation”.

Suresh Soni, RSS National Executive Member; Mukund C.R., RSS Sah Sarkaryavah; Ram Lal, RSS Akhil Bharatiya Sampark Pramukh; Sunil Ambekar, RSS Akhil Bharatiya Prachar Pramukh and others were present at the inaugural session of the 69th ABVP National Conference.

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