Agartala (Tripura): A massive 1200 students gathered at a public auditorium which was attended by the Sports and Youth Minister and Mayor when the “Mera Bharat Swarnim Bharat” (“My India, Golden India”) youth bus campaign arrived in Agartala, Tripura. Various programs on Swachh Bharat (Clean India), De-addiction programs, and stress-free living programs were conducted in eight different colleges and schools.
Addressing the 1200 students present in the Rabindra Bhavan Hall at Agartala, the Youth Affairs Minister Manoj Kanti Deb urged the students to adhere to the basic moral values of honesty, trust-worthiness and simplicity. Apart from that, all youths should participate in the blood donation camp because these are some simple good deeds that will remain in our society even when our body demises. Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (Clean India Campaign) is also a vital part and today’s youth plays an important role. Youth have tremendous power to transform the society and they should not waste it in mere addiction to alcohol and smoking.
The bus left for upper Assam on its next venture. It was estimated that approximately 3,000 youths/students took benefit from this bus campaign.
The specially made exhibition bus is well equipped with healthy and cleanliness drive exhibition sets, spiritual values and character-building exhibition sets, youth empowerment exhibitions, along with other conveniences.
The peace messenger bus contains a number of well-trained youth leaders/volunteers who go in outreach groups into different parts, reaching nooks and corners of the cities to deliver jewels of spiritual knowledge and practical meditation pertaining to moral character building, healthy-cleanly, peaceful and happy living.