Features well known personalities speaks on vision 2030
Chhatra Sansad, ICAI, Vadodara in association with BRG Group is hosting the Chhatra Sansad Carnival of Democracy on the 20th, 21 st and 22nd of December. The campaign will feature Vadodara’s largest State Youth Parliament on the first two days to discuss the developmental and economic issues faced by the State of Gujarat. It will be followed by 4th Gujarat Chhatra Sansad Conclave will take place on 22nd feature well known personalities from the country to speak on futuristic India.
The 4th Guiarat Chhatra Sansad will feature Guests like Rajat Sharma of IndiaTV, former Union Minister Dr. Subramanian Swamy, Social Activist Mallika Sarabhai, Religious Scholar Maulana Kalbe Rushaid Rizvi, former Chief Justice of India K.G. Balakrishnan, Social Activist Anna Hazare, National General of the Bharatiya Janata Party Ram Madhav, reputed motivational speaker, Sanjay M Raval and the Founder of The Lallantop, Saurabh Dwivedi, who will address the gathering on the subject of Vision India 2030. This campaign is aimed at the Youth of Today and Tomorrow.
There will be a discussion on the views of the speakers and ideas following which a Resolution will be formed, containing all the important points discussed that will lead to futuristic India. This resolution will be forwarded to the Vadodara Municipal Corporation, Chief Minister’s Office, the Prime Minister’s Office and the NITI Ayog for their cognisance. The members of CS will also be submitting a report of the whole Conclave personally to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
“The aim of the three day programme is to construct ideas for next 10 years and implement it. The youths, citizens and the speakers all share their views on the same topic and that leads us to a futuristic India. After the session in the conclave there will be a voting session to know the views of the people about the speakers. People from various states will be part of the conclave to share their opinions,” said Kunal Sharma Founder President Chhatra Sansad.