Celebrating the 75th anniversary of ABVP’s inception, the 69th National Conference will see at least 10,000 students from across the country take part in the four-day-long event, which is scheduled to take place from December 7–10, 2023. The conference will be held in a tent city named ‘Indraprastha Nagar’ at DDA Ground, Burari, in Delhi. Union Home Minister Amit Shah will inaugurate the 69th National Conference of ABVP in the Amrit Mahotsav year of ABVP.
Highlighting the objective of the conference, Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad’s (ABVP) National General Secretary, Yagywalkya Shukla, mentioned that the main aim of the conference is to show the right direction to the youth. He added that “the focus is to ensure that the youth who want the development of Bharat is able to tread on the right path.” Yagywalkya Shukla said during the conference that was held at the Constitution Club of India in Delhi that they would ensure that the youth work towards looking at the solution of a problem.
Important To Address The Issue Of Lifestyle Of The Youth
Yagywalkya Shukla stated that, apart from the focus on education, it is essential to ensure that the youth remain healthy. He said that of late, it is observed that a number of young people are suffering from diabetes, have succumbed to heart attacks, or are suffering from cancer. Therefore, during the conference, the stress will be on making the youth understand that for the better future of Bharat, it is very important that the youth remain healthy.
The conference will also aim to foster practical changes through extensive discussions led by students on topics ranging from education to politics.
Unique Features Of The 69th ABVP National Conference
Yagywalkya Shukla spoke about the unique features of the 69th ABVP National Conference. He said that it is the first time that such a conference is being held in a tent city. Another unique feature is that, for the first time, three youth will be felicitated on this occasion. It is the first time that an exhibition on eight separate themes will be organised.
The 69th National Conference is significant as thousands of participants will get to witness an exhibition named after ABVP’s founding member, Duttaji Didolkar. The exhibition will showcase mini-Bharat through magnificent paintings and sculptures on eight compelling themes, including Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and Hindavi Swarajya, the Real History of Delhi, and the Glorious saga of the Freedom Movement, among others.
Shukla further said that multiple issues will be discussed during the conference, including development, lifestyle, and health.
Shobha Yatra To Focus On Unity in Diversity
The people of Delhi will get to see students from the northeast as well as from the south and other parts of Bharat, depicting their culture and traditions. This Shobha Yatra will be a clear depiction of the fact that, despite the diversity in our culture, all of us stand united.