Ujjain: Youths shared their experiences in the International youth camp organised at Sevadham Ashram on Thursday. Over 400 youths are participating in the camp. Bhadursingh, who was involved in anti social activities earlier in the Chambal region said in his address that youth should not resort to violence. Many other youth also shared their views in the youth camp.
A functionary of the ashram Sachin Goyal informed that during the camp the youth woke up early in the morning and attended an all religion prayer meeting every day. Youths from Kerala, Maharashtra, Manipur, Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Assam, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh and Chambal provinces are attending the camp.
The second day of the camp concluded in the presence of Union social justice and empowerment minister Thawarchand Gehlot. Addressing the youths, he said ‘Some people betray the country by taking the side of separatists and terrorists, while some ashrams like Sevadham are showing them the path of patriotism, unity and honesty’. Gehlot also appreciated veteran Gandhian Dr SN Subbarao.
Ghatiya MLA Satish Malviya, municipal speaker Sonu Gehlot, Virendra Kawadiya, Shantilal Maliya, Ramesh Malviya, Keshar Singh Patel and Pankaj Maru were present in the programme.