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The youth of 'Amrit Kaal' are the marathon runners of India@2047: Vice President – ​​News India Live

New Delhi, 15 February (HS). Corruption and patronage are the worst killers of young innovative minds and are the opposite of merit and stability. Young people hate corruption because they feel cheated by nepotism and favoritism. Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar said this while addressing the 125th Founder's Day celebrations of Hindu College, Delhi University today. The Vice President said that the youth of 'Amrit Kaal' are the marathon runners of India@2047. There are immense opportunities and possibilities available for the youth today.

The Vice President said that the corridors of power have now been completely freed from corrupt elements and a transparent, accountable system has now been put in place. He said that now is the time when things are available on the basis of merit and the youth can aspire to their dreams and fulfill them and can fully exploit their capabilities. On this occasion, Delhi University Vice Chancellor Professor Yogesh Singh, Vice Chancellor, Hindu College Governing Body Chairman TCA Rangachari, Hindu College Professor Anju Srivastava, faculty members, students and other dignitaries were also present.

The Vice President urged the youth to never be afraid of failure and implement their ideas boldly. He called on them to harness and harness the opportunities presented by disruptive technologies such as artificial intelligence, quantum computing, 6G and machine learning. He further said that we are living in the time of disruptive technologies… We are on the cusp of technological revolution.

The Vice President further said that equality before law is the most indispensable feature of democratic governance. Referring to recent developments, he said that now no one is above the law and the long arm of the law is reaching everyone, especially those who never thought that they would be held accountable to the law.

The Vice President said that respect for law is respect for nationalism, respect for law is respect for democracy, respect for law is respect for getting things based on merit and respect for law is to curb corruption. Calling upon people in positions of power and authority, he said that especially those in positions of power and authority have a primary responsibility to set an example by showing respect for the law.

The Vice President said that a decade ago our country was considered part of the five weak economies, which were a burden on the global economy, but now we are one of the five largest economies of the world. India's voice is heard globally and the global image of our nation has improved. India has emerged as the voice of the Global South.

Referring to several recent achievements such as the successful landing of Chandrayaan-3 on the South Pole of the Moon and the passage of the 'Nari Shakti Vandan Act' mandating one-third reservation for women in Parliament and state legislatures, the Vice President stressed that After a long time we are in an era of hope and possibilities… now is the time for the flowers of freedom to bloom.