ABVP Concludes 69th National Conference, Appoints New Leadership

ABVP Concludes 69th National Conference, Appoints New Leadership

Lucknow, 19 Dec (HS): The 69th National Conference of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) concluded successfully at “Indraprastha Nagar,” a residential tent city established at “DDA Ground” in “Burari,” Delhi. The event, marking ABVP’s 75th year, witnessed the appointment of Dr. Suchita Tripathi as the State President and Shri Abhay Pratap Singh as the new State Secretary of ABVP Kashi Prant. ABVP’s membership has surged past 50 lakhs.

Key resolutions addressing quality education, vibrant campus life, Indian diplomacy, a healthy lifestyle, and environmental sustainability were passed during the conference.

Notable moments included the welcome of the “Hindavi Swaraj Yatra” on Shivaji Maharaj’s coronation anniversary and the inauguration of the “Dattaji Didolkar Exhibition,” featuring the collective singing of “Vande Mataram” by 8500 students. Union Home and Cooperation Minister Amit Shah, with roots in ABVP, praised the organization’s role in national development.

A grand procession involving over 10,000 workers showcased ABVP’s unity and diversity. Journalist Rajat Sharma honored Sharad Vivek Sagar, Laharibai Padiya, and Dr. Vaibhav Bhandari with the Yashwantrao Kelkar Youth Award. The new national team of ABVP was announced at the convention’s closure.

The “Amrit Mahotsav Year” of ABVP, its 75th anniversary, marked historic membership growth to 50,65,264. Upcoming initiatives include the ‘Parisar Chalo Abhiyaan’ in January and Deepotsav programs on Vidyarthi Shri Ram Pran Pratishtha day.

ABVP’s National Executive Council congratulated the Ram Temple construction bill and the Nari Shakti Vandan Act enacted in the Indian Parliament. Dr. Suchita Tripathi and Shri Abhay Pratap Singh, expressing their commitment to student welfare and educational advancement, highlighted ABVP’s dedication to ongoing resolutions for a positive future.

Impact on MSMEs and Businesses: While the ABVP conference focuses primarily on student welfare and education, the positive initiatives and resolutions passed can indirectly contribute to the growth of local businesses. A surge in student engagement and activities may generate opportunities for businesses catering to the student community, such as local vendors, printing services, and event organizers. The emphasis on environmental sustainability could also promote eco-friendly businesses in the region.

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