ABVP Arunachal Pradesh Celebrates 75th Year of Foundation Day

The Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) Arunachal Pradesh unit recently marked its momentous 75th Year of Foundation Day by organizing a series of celebrations across the state. The event saw ABVP members and supporters hoisting the ABVP flag at various locations, emphasizing the organization’s commitment to serving the nation and society.

The main celebration took place at the ABVP Arunachal Pradesh State Office, where Beki Yeder, a member of the ABVP Central Working Committee, led the flag-hoisting ceremony. Accompanied by Malyadri Mokka, the State Organizing Secretary, and other distinguished members, Yeder passionately highlighted ABVP’s rich history, noble objectives, and its enduring commitment to the betterment of society.

During the speech, Yeder urged the youth and students present to channel their efforts in the right direction and actively contribute to the welfare of society and the nation. She emphasized the need for investing time and energy in constructive endeavors and encouraged the audience to become catalysts for positive change.

Simultaneously, in Pasighat, Tatlom Tayeng, the State Secretary of ABVP, hosted the ABVP flag along with fellow members. This gathering provided a platform for meaningful discussions on pressing issues faced by students and society at large. The participants engaged in fruitful conversations on topics such as the rising menace of drug abuse, the alarming decline in Class 10 and 12 examination results, the concerning trend of alcohol consumption among young people, recent suicide cases, and the urgent need for proper counseling services in schools.

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