BJP will take out gratitude rally in Garhwal and Kumaon for bringing anti-copying law

To express gratitude to Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami for bringing strict anti-copying law in the state and for the government’s schemes including free coaching for the youth preparing for competitive exams, youth gratitude rally will be held in Garhwal and Kumaon mandals. Party State President Mahendra Bhatt said that Yuva Morcha will organize these rallies in Haldwani and Srinagar, taking forward the order of thanksgiving rallies at Mandal level on this subject.
In an informal conversation with reporters at the BJP state headquarters, Bhatt said that there is an atmosphere of enthusiasm and happiness among the youth of the state after the introduction of the country’s strictest anti-copying law to prevent cheating in competitive examinations.
Apart from this, free coaching and online study material given to economically weak and diligent students in preparing for competitive examinations like IAS, IPS, PCS, NDA, CDS, Medical and Engineering under Mukhyamantri Utthan Yojana will prove to be very helpful for them. .
Welcoming these steps of the government, gratitude rallies are being organized in both the mandals to show gratitude to the Chief Minister. In this sequence, a program involving more than 10,000 youths in the age group of 18 to 35 years will be held in Haldwani on March 1 in the presence of the Chief Minister.
Similarly, after getting the approval of the concerned ordinance from the assembly, a gratitude rally is proposed in Srinagar in the presence of the chief minister on March 13. Accusing the Congress of spreading confusion regarding the anti-copying law, Bhatt said that the Congress and the opposition parties are spreading lies by linking this law to the 10th and 12th examinations. Gratitude rallies will also prove helpful in providing correct information about this law among the public.

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