Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar on Friday careworn that the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) is “the right place, the nerve-centre, to engage in scrutiny” and interact in dismantling false narratives floated by individuals making an attempt to “taint, tarnish and demean our Constitutional institutions” inside India and overseas. He urged college students to ask probing questions and neutralize anti-India narratives.
Addressing the seventh convocation ceremony of JNU, the Vice President advised college students that they had been getting into the bigger world at a juncture the place the nation has “wholesome governance, affirmative policies and an economy that is globally respected and spinally strong”. He emphasised that college students would thus have an enabling system that might enable them to “exploit talent and potential, realise ambitions and dreams”.
Highlighting the presence of a situation the place no particular person is taken into account above the legislation, the Vice President stated that energy corridors have been “sanitized of corrupt elements”. “Corruption is no longer rewarded, respect for the law is enforced, ” he added.
Referring to the consecration ceremony of ‘Ram Lalla’ in Ayodhya on January 22, he drew consideration to the “celebratory mood in the country”.
Stating that the ache of 500 years has been undone with the consecration ceremony, he famous: “What is significant is that it was fructified with a commitment to righteousness, through the established procedure of law.”
Lauding India’s management because the president of the G20, the Vice President counseled the outcomes of the summit that had been spearheaded by India, together with the inclusion of the African Union as a everlasting member and the launch of the India-Middle East-Europe Economic Corridor.