Will end cor­rup­tion, Rahul tells stu­dents in let­ter

Millennium Post - - Mp Nation -

NEW DELHI: Congress pres­i­dent Rahul Gandhi has as­sured stu­dents the party will do ev­ery­thing it can to en­sure they have di­rect ac­cess to op­por­tu­ni­ties and end cor­rup­tion which holds them back.

In a let­ter to stu­dents, Gandhi said they are na­tion-builders and na­tions to­day forge ahead not with war, but with ad­vances in science, tech­nol­ogy, art and lit­er­a­ture.

The let­ter, trans­lated in all re­gional lan­guages, will be dis­trib­uted by the NSUI in col­leges across the coun­try as part of the party's 'Be­htar Bharat' (Bet­ter In­dia) cam­paign to mo­bilise stu­dents around an egal­i­tar­ian stu­dents agenda, a state­ment said. "So­ci­eties progress by em­brac­ing ra­tio­nal­ity and jus­tice. And you stu­dents in In­dia are at the fore­front of this pro­gres­sive ad­vance," Gandhi said. He also high­lighted some key con­cerns of stu­dents such as high fees and tough com­pe­ti­tion for lim­ited seats.

The Congress pres­i­dent promised to en­sure that stu­dents get the re­spect they de­serve and the sup­port they need to ful­fil their as­pi­ra­tions.

Gandhi said the party will do ev­ery­thing it can so stu­dents have di­rect ac­cess to op­por­tu­ni­ties. "We will end cor­rup­tion that holds you back," Gandhi promised the stu­dents.

He also in­formed the stu­dents that the Congress has launched a 'Be­htar Bharat' cam­paign to give them a plat­form to air their views.

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