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Rajnath Singh Addresses The NCC Cadets And Officers.

Last updated on July 17th, 2023 at 03:53 pm

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Delhi: On the 21st of January, Rajnath Singh the Defence Minister of India, Addresses The NCC Cadets And Officers at the Republic Day Camp in New Delhi.

The National Cadet Corps (NCC) Republic Day Camp at Delhi Cantt was visited by Raksha Mantri Shri Rajnath Singh on January 21, 2023. The cadets were awarded Raksha Mantri Medals and Commendation Certificates for their exemplary performance and devotion to duty.

This year, the Raksha Mantri Padak was awarded to Under Officer Tinggeuchile Name of the North Eastern Region Directorate, and Cadet Avinash Jangir of the Rajasthan Directorate.

Cadet Our Officer Jenny Francina Victor Anand of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Andaman, and Nicobar Directorates, Cadet Fiza Shafi of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh Directorate, and Cadet Sehwag Rana of Uttarakhand Directorate were awarded the Rajnath Singh Appreciation Certificate.

The Raksha Mantri gave an inspirational address to around 2,000 cadets who are participating in the camp. He asked them to identify new ways and try to help the country move at a faster pace on the path of development. He urged them to stay connected with the country’s age-old values & traditions, however, and work in the field of their choice with humility.

Shri Rajnath Singh said that the government is leaving no stone unturned to equip the nation to deal with the fast-evolving global security scenario by emphasizing the need to mold oneself according to changing times.

However, he maintained that it is equally important to stay connected with the country’s glorious past while changing with time is essential. He said the objective is to make a strong and prosperous India, which is rooted in its culture and traditions.

The Raksha Mantri also called upon the youth to eliminate the concept of ‘Use & Throw’, pointing out that society and the environment suffer the most due to this practice. He appealed to the youth and the nation at large, saying that the destruction of the environment means the destruction of life.

He urged them to reuse goods as much as possible and work for the conservation of nature. He also encouraged the youth not to let the ‘Use & Throw’ concept enter their personal lives, urging them to respect their elders, family, and friends. “He stated that while ability and education are essential, life values hold equal relevance.”

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