ITANAGAR: Arunachal Pradesh Governor Brig (retd) Dr B.D. Mishra has called upon the youths of the State to imbibe the spirit of entrepreneurship and innovation and to come up with innovative ideas to address the problems faced by the State, while working and promoting the Abhiyan of 'Aatma Nirbhar Bharat'.
Interacting with a delegation of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) at Raj Bhawan here on Tuesday, the Governor advised the youths to work with the aim to build an inclusive society in which every person feels integrated in nation's development by using the best technology for providing ease of living for the people and bring transparency in governance. He also asked them to promote 'Startups' and 'Make in India' programmes among the youth across the State.
Pointing out that the youths must become agents of change, Dr Mishra said that the youths must take the lead in addressing the challenges such as illiteracy, economic inequalities and social discrimination in the society. "They must perform their duties and have concern for the less fortunate and the less privileged," he added.
The Governor said that as the youth wing of the ruling political party of the State, onus of ensuring that the fruits of the flagship programmes initiated by the State and Central governments reach each person in the last rung of the society and also the remotest village.
Earlier, the 15-member delegation led by State BJYM president Ram Tajo submitted a resolution honouring valour of the soldiers who fought bravely in the face-off with China in Ladakh.
While appreciating the good gesture and mission of the delegation, the Governor reminded them that the best fulfilment of their mission would lie in all the eligible youths joining the Armed force of the country, informed a Raj Bhawan communiqué.