Strong youth power to develop state-country in the true sense

Mr. Malaiyya at a programme of Jain international trade organisation

malaya25.4.17Bhopal, April 25, 2017 (Ataullah Faizan):  Finance Minister Mr. Jayant Malaiyya said that the state and the country can be developed speedily only by financially and professionally strengthening youth power. He appealed to the Jain community members to be organized through the Jain International Trade Organisation (“JITO”). Mr. Malaiyya was speaking at the inauguration of Bhopal Chapter of “JITO” today at Ravindra Bhavan. Finance Minister Mr. Malaiyya said that the state government has prepared a special cell of Rs 1000 crores to push talented children. He said that the state government will assist talented children with 75 per cent marks in Class XIIth in the state to getting admission in IIT, IIM, Medical College and other prestigious educational institutions. The state government will bear the expenses of the education of these talented children in the institutions. Mr. Malaiyya said that more than 25 thousand youth belonging to the Jain community came to Bhopal for higher studies. “JITO” through its hostel provides these youths a chance to move ahead. He hoped that “JITO” will make its specific identity in the country through its Bhopal Chapter service works.  Energy Minister Mr. Paras Jain said that “JITO” can work in a more improved manner in Madhya Pradesh in the field of education and economic reforms. He also urged for the expansion of “JITO” in Ujjain. Minister of State for Culture Mr. Surendra Patwa said that “JITO” can be of great help in getting admission to talented Jain community children in prestigious institutions.

BJP state unit Vice President Mr. Bijesh Lumawat said that social works can be undertaken more effectively through this organization. Dr. Anil Bhandari of “JITO” informed that the organisation was surging ahead speedily both in the country and abroad. National President of Organisation Mr. Motilal Oswal said that so far 56 chapters of the organizations have begun. Bhopal Chapter President Mr. Sunil Jain 501 gave the welcome address. Bhopal Chapter Chief Secretary Mr. Nitin Nandgaonkar conducted the programme. Bhopal Chapter office-bearers Akhilesh Jain, Rakesh Jain Anupam, Vijay Taran, Naresh Banthia and Vijay Sakhlecha were administered oath on the occasion.

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