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Amit Shah Highlights Decade of Transformation: Corruption and Nepotism Replaced by Development

Union Home Minister Amit Shah delivered a powerful address at the inauguration of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad's (ABVP) national conference in Burari, New Delhi.

By Rekha Joshi 
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Union Home Minister Amit Shah delivered a powerful address at the inauguration of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad’s (ABVP) national conference in Burari, New Delhi. Shah underscored the significant shift in the last 10 years, asserting that corruption, nepotism, and casteism have been supplanted by a focus on growth and development.

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Amit Shah Highlights Decade of Transformation


In his speech, Shah emphasized that education serves a dual purpose: not only does it shape careers but also plays a pivotal role in nation-building. He expressed optimism about a promising future for the country’s youth, attributing the positive outlook to the transformative changes witnessed in recent years.

Amit Shah Highlights Corruption and Nepotism Replaced by Development


Amit Shah delivered a compelling address at the inauguration of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad’s (ABVP) national conference in Burari, New Delhi. Shah highlighted a remarkable shift over the last 10 years, boldly stating that corruption, nepotism, and casteism have given way to a renewed emphasis on growth and development.

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Highlighting the youth as the backbone of the nation, Shah declared that their power drives the growth and development of the country. He stated confidently that “India’s time has come,” with the world looking to the nation for solutions to various global challenges.

Shah addressed the perceived contradiction between conserving cultural heritage and fostering development, asserting that the two are not mutually exclusive. As a testament to this, he cited the successful construction of the Ram temple in Ayodhya, a project initially met with skepticism.

In his concluding remarks, Shah lauded the ABVP for its efforts in addressing imperfections in the education system and contributing to the character building of students. This comprehensive message paints a picture of a transformed India, ready to take on global challenges while preserving its cultural heritage.

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