‘Youth must pursue country’s well-being’
Nalgonda: Former CBI Joint Director JD Lakshminarayana was livid at the off-color acts of some young people throughout the 2nd wedding anniversary satisfy of Jana Gana Mana Nitya Geethalapana arranged by Janaganamana Utsava Samiti in Nalgonda on Monday.
Lakshminarayana that took part as the principal visitor saw that some goons were making raunchy remarks while university student were providing a lecture on nationalism. He fumed at their lewdness on such an august celebration. He advised the organisers to recognize the rowdy young people and also send them out. He claimed it was scandalous that being pupils they were delighting in such horrible acts. Lakshminarayana, that constantly looks great, instantly blew up.
Later in his power-packed speech, he exhorted the young people to drink patriotic spirit and also spread entirety in thecountry He likewise lifted the flag of Azad Hind Fauz, started byNetaji Subhas Chandra Bose The program was supervised by Karnati Vijay Kumar, the president of theJanganamana Utsav Samiti
The previous leading CBI authorities claimed it was the bounden responsibility of all to discover of the sacrifices of liberty boxers and also make every effort to know their desires for a totally free and also succeeding livelyIndia The young people ought to feel it honourable to adhere to in their footprints. He likewise prompted universities to pay unique focus to instilling technique and also nationalism amongst the pupils. The Jana Gana Mana Nitya Geethalapana program ought to be arranged around the State and also the Central and also State federal governments must advertise such patriotic occasions, he included.
Nalgonda Government Women’s Degree College Principal Ghan Shyam, RSS leader Garlapati Venkataiah, Utsava Samiti General Secretary Kolanupaka Ravikumar, Dosapati Srinivas, Vice- Presidents Chanda Srinivas, Dr Itikyala Sindhura, Gunti Ramakrishna, Treasurer Nagendra Chary, Members Janardhan, Shyamsunder, ganesh and also pupils in lots took part in the program.