Students should succeed in their education and work for country : Kishan Reddy

Union Minister G. Kishan Reddy

Hyderabad, Jan.27 (NSS): Union Minister G. Kishan Reddy today urged students to write their exams without any fear and work for the country after their success. He said that the students can achieve success in their lives if they followed the suggestions of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

He made these remarks while addressing students at city based meridian school after taking part in prime minister Narendra Modi’s Pariksha Pe Charcha (PPC ) program.

Speaking on the occasion, he said that no PM of any country of the world spoke with the students in such a cordial manner . He said that the PM had not only given examples to questions raised by the students but also gave constructive suggestions . Stating that the country is going to celebrate 100 years of India’s independence, He told the students to work hard for the next 25 years  while stating that the next 25 years belonged to them. He said that the next 25 years belonged to them and added that the onus of bringing the country on the path of development lied on their shoulders . Stating that the Indian software Engineers are ruling the world , reddy said that the Indians were showing their dominance in other sectors of the world . He said that the PM was interacting with chartered accountants, startup entrepreneurs, farmers , sanitation workers and self help group members at regular intervals, he said that Modi was giving suggestions to them like a friend and the leader of a country.

He said that the PM had advised the students to create a cell phone free zone to grow in their life . He recalled that he used to travel 6 kms to go to a government school . He said that the PM had taken up the Pariksha Pe Charcha program in order to create awareness among them about their duties and responsibilities. BJP state vice president Chinthala Ramachandra Reddy, school correspondent and principal and staff also took part in the program.

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