Jammu- The Union Territory Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha said on Thursday that discipline and determination are the defining attributes of youth, and his administration through ‘Mission Youth’ is encouraging the young generation to selflessly work for social development.
“Youth in different educational institutions should join Scouts & Guides in large numbers and play a positive role in nation building,” the LG said.
He made these remarks while interacting with officers and volunteers of J&K Bharat Scouts & Guides at the Raj Bhavan here Thursday.
The LG observed that Scouts & Guides symbolize selfless service, unity in diversity.
“Volunteers are actively working for the cause of social equity and strengthening values like self-discipline, comradeship in the society,” he said.
“It is a matter of great pride for us that the Scouts & Guides are discharging their duties with efficiency and effectiveness. The spirit of the Scouts & Guides needs to be replicated in other spheres of community to bring about constructive transformation,” he added.
Observing that discipline and determination are the defining attributes of youth, the LG said that through Mission Youth, his administration was encouraging the young generation to selflessly work for the social development.
Sinha, who is also the Chief Patron of J&K Bharat Scouts & Guides, was briefed about the activities of the Scouts & Guides in the UT and the achievements of the last one year.
The LG assured full support of the UT Administration to Bharat Scouts and Guides movement.
The delegation was led by J&K Chapter Commissioner, Wg Cdr M.M Joshi comprising Administrator, Nasreen Khan; HQ Commissioner Capt. Sharma; Training Commissioner Guide Wing, Manjeet Kaur; Guides Captain, Jyoti Verma; Guide, Pooja Gupta & Scout, Sumkit Jain.
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