Prime Minister Narendra Modi He will inaugurate the ‘National Youth Festival’ in Hubli, Karnataka on Thursday, January 12, on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda. More than 30,000 youth will participate in this event. The National Youth Festival, organized by the Union Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports with the help of the Government of Karnataka, will be held in Hubli-Dharwad from January 12 to January 16.
It is necessary to increase the role of youth
According to officials, the objective of the festival, organized every year, is to enhance the role of youth in nation building and to bring forward the talented youth at the national level. He said that it brings together diverse cultures from all parts of the country on one platform. Also, all the delegates unite in the spirit of ‘Ek Bharat, Shreshtha Bharat’.
Developed Youth Developed India Theme
Officials said that this year the theme of the National Youth Festival is based on ‘Developed Youth, Developed India’. Prime Minister Modi will share his vision at the opening ceremony, which will be attended by over 30,000 youth. This unique five day event will bring together over 7500 recognized youth delegates from across India and leaders in their field to engage in various learning activities.
Being organized for the first time in North Karnataka
Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said that at the National Youth Festival Youth representatives from 28 states and 8 union territories Participate to showcase your talent. A variety of cultural and sports activities will take place in the five-day event. He told that for the first time the National Youth Festival is being organized in North Karnataka. This will help the youth to come forward in all fields.
He told that there will be no road show during the visit of Prime Minister Modi. However, people can stand on both sides of the road from the airport to the venue.