Bhopal: The Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad ( ABVP) will launch a country- wide agitation against corruption, unemployment and unsuccessful foreign policy.

A lso, it will launch a campaign to create awareness for women’s safety, said ABVP state general secretary ( organisation) VD Sharma.

In a press conference, Sharma said, the recently concluded national executive council of the student outfit passed three resolutions and chalked out yearlong programmes.

Decision was taken to launch agitation on corruption, unemployment problem, unsuccessful foreign policy, national security and corruption in education across the state between August 1 and 15. Sharma said awareness campaign would be launched in campus on these issues.

The ABVP will launch another awareness campaign between September 20 and October 4 on woman security and female foeticide. The organisation will carry out activities as part of celebration of 150 years of Swami Vivekand’s speech in Chicago.

Sharma said ABVP has targeted to provide its membership to 25 lakh students in its year and open its units in 10,000 colleges and to launch Overseas ABVP for approaching NRI students studying abroad, besides continuing its ‘ Think India’ initiative.

On a query, Sharma said ABVP would protest Section 144, the prohibitory order to be issued on the directives of Governor and Chancellor Ramnaresh adav. ” Let them issue official order by district collectors for imposition of Section 144, we will break it on the campus,” Sharma said.

Plantation drive ABVP will launch intensive plantation campaign along the banks of the Narmada to curb soil erosion and file PIL in national green tribunal to stop pollution in the river. Sharma said a group of ABVP workers recently conducted a study on pollution level in the river and came out with serious and worrisome findings. ” The government should immediately stop removing sand from the river,” Sharma said.

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