‘Think 25 years ahead if youth want to achieve progress of the country’ : Nitin Gadkari

Nagpur, Sep 26 (UNI) Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari on Tuesday called upon youth to think 25 years ahead if they want to achieve progress of the country.

Participating in the “PM Rozgar Mela” in Nagpur, Nitin Gadkari said if we want to achieve the progress of the country, we must think 25 years ahead.

He said knowledge is power and it is necessary to convert knowledge into entrepreneurship.

Outlining some achievements in his life, the Minister said he also got a job opportunity but he did not practice and today he can proudly say that till now he has given jobs to 15,000 people.

He appealed to the youth to stand on their own feet and become job givers rather than job seekers.

Gadkari also urged the youth to work with positivity, right attitude and focus on the future.

“Those who are unemployed should get employment and get recruited in the government but while doing government job, you have to have the “Will ” to work for the country while carrying out the responsibilities properly, the Minister further said.

Gadkari handed over 183 appointment letters to the newly appointed candidates.

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