Our youth can compete in world of digitization: Magotra

Excelsior Correspondent
Jammu, Mar 22: Bharatiya Janya Yuva Morcha (BJYM) Jammu West organized meetings at Mandal Janipur and Mandal Talab Tillo.
The meetings were the part of the 45 days long organizational tour of BJYM at mandal level.
Dr Suresh Ajay Magotra chaired both the meetings, while BJP District President Jammu West Ayodhya Gupta,  BJYM State Vice-President and Prabhari Jammu West Karan Sat Sharma and State Secretary and Seh-Prabhari Jammu West Ajay Manhas, BJYM District President Jammu West Ashish Sharma, BJYM Janipur Mandal President Surinder Sharma and Talab Tillo Mandal President Atul Bakshi were also present in the meetings.
Addressing the meetings, Dr Magotra said that the main objective of holding the meetings at mandal level across the State is to get direct contact with the young activists at ground level across the State.
“Present era belongs to digitization and we have a lot of central Government schemes by which our youth can compete worldwide in the world of digitization. The youth should take initiative to built their carrier as entrepreneur and should become the job providers”, he said.
He also directed the District BJYM team to complete the formation of 1 booth 10 youth within 15 days, so that we will have a strong Yuva Morcha team at booth level before local bodies elections.
Speaking on the occasion, Ayodhya Gupta said that State BJYM is doing a lot of hard work to make the youth brigade active in the whole State. The party will definitely get fruitful results in the forth coming Panchayat and local bodies elections, he added.
On the occasion, Karan Sharma, Ashish Sharma, District General Secretaries Pawan Sharma and Diwakar Singh, Mandal Presidents, BJP Senior leader Surinder Sharma, BJYM State Vice-Presidents Ajay Vaid and Munish Khajuria, State Secretary Sunny Sangotra, State Joint Publicity Secretary Abhishek Slathia, State Joint Office Secretary Er Lalit Raina, BJYM State Executive Member Gulshan Thakur, BJYM District Vice-President Varinder Singh and Pankaj Magotra.