Rajasthan CM Inspires Jhalawar Youths for Joining Army, Promises Employment in Rajasthan

Vasundhara Raje Jhalawar Visit

“Salute the ones who died, the ones that give their lives so we don’t have to sacrifice the things we love”…

Addressing the youth population congregated in Jhalawar’s Vijayaraje state sports academy, Rajasthan CM inspired Indian youths for joining army. Congratulating the youths who were there to participate in an army recruitment drive, Raje asked the young armymen to make their families, districts and state proud.

“Only a handful of us are blessed with the opportunity to sacrifice ourselves for the sake of our country. India has a long history of valour, chivalry and sacrifice. Being a part of this glorious country it’s our duty to serve the nation.”, she said.

Out of the 35,000 participating candidates, 3,000 candidates were already selected for recruitment. They’ll likely be employed within next 3-4 days.

CM took this opportunity to inspect the facilities offered by cadet’s academy. She had a hearty conversation with the youth and encouraged them excel in all activities. Expressing her deep gratitude towards parents, she thanked them for allowing her children to participate in military services. CM Raje along with DG Major General Mr. G.K. Marwaal, supervised track activities. She cheered 150 candidates participating in the race and appreciated transparent management of academy.

She rewarded the top 3 performers of race, namely Anil Kumar Meena (Jhalawar), Ganpatlal Jaat (Chittaurgarh) and Rampal Singh Jhala (Khalawar) with cash prizes.

The award ceremony followed Major General Maarwaal’s address. He informed the media about digitalization of military admissions and recruitment process. The state aims to select and train at least 500 to 600 young soldiers to prepare them for future challenges.

After inspiring and encouraging the youth, CM Raje had set out for Sahrod village, wherein she visited the paternal residence of late social servant Ram Narayan Nagar. Praying for her peaceful rest, Raje consoled late Nagar’s wife Dwarika Bai.

In short the entire day was dedicated to military and army services. Rajasthan government is committed to national security. They’re determined to prepare their youth to face the enemy on the battle field.


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