ABVP state conference begins

via www.newindpress.com published on November 4, 2007

PALAKKAD: The ABVP unlike other student organisations aimed to mould the youth into responsible citizens and bring about social change , according to ABVP all-India vice-president Murali Manohar.

He was speaking after inaugurating the 27th state conference of the ABVP at the Sree Padmam auditorium here on Saturday.

He said that political change alone would not bring about a social change. There were a large number of social problems faced by the people and the students within the campus. The mission of the ABVP was ‘man making’ while the goal of other student organisations was to bring some political party to power.

In the early eighties, the students and people from Assam, Meghalaya and the North East felt that they were not part of India and were left out. But it was the organisations like the ABVP who brought the students from the North East to New Delhi and other places every year who by seeing our culture began to identify themselves as part of our great country.

Vidya Bharathi all-India president P.K. Madhavan said organisations like the ABVP taught the students not only their rights but also their duties.

ABVP state president S Manu delivered the intorductory speech. Reception committee general secretary R. Manikantan welcomed the gathering.

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