Environment quota should be fixed like sports quota - Rashtriya Sainik Sanstha

19 June 2021, Headquarters Rashtriya Sainik Sanstha, 133 B Model Town East Ghaziabad _ Today a webinar of youth wing of Rashtriya Sainik Sanstha was organized in which youth presidents and representatives of different states participated.


Aman Alok from Bangalore said that we have inherited a polluted India, so it is necessary for us to work for the protection of the environment and that is why we demand that like sports quota in all jobs there should be environmental quota.


Col Tejendra Pal Tyagi, the national president of Rashtriya Sainik Sanstha, announced that a water committee of two people should be formed in each state. If you are doing or exploiting water, then he will be given a reward of Rs 5000/- on behalf of the Rashtriya Sainik Sanstha at a symbolic level.


Manoj Kumar Puttu from Ranchi said that lakhs of people died in India in 2020 due to increase of PM 2.5 security level from 60 but even more healthy years of living people have been destroyed. Naveen Jai Hind from Bhiwani said , imagine Ghaziabad which is often called the most polluted city in the country.


Anuj Tyagi from Uttar Pradesh said that the average age of India is 29 years while that of America is 49. The average age of public representatives in India is more than 60 years. And from booth to legislature should come into politics.


Ishaan Tyagi from Jammu and Kashmir, Ruthvik Pandurangi from Telangana and Rahul Vij from Delhi declared that whatever happened happened, now the youth will snatch their rights, not demand. They took the responsibility of developing foot ball grounds for example. Mainly Tamil Nadu From Balagurunathan, Pankaj Asati from Maharashtra, Pushkar Tyagi from Haridwar, Vitthal Rama Rao from Mumbai, Yogesh Sharma from Himachal, Advocate Sunil Kumar from Uttar Pradesh, Harish Chandra from Mumbai, Bharat Bhushan from Orissa are being compiled.


On this occasion General Ranjit Singh, Rajiv Jolly Khosla, Manju Nambiar from Tamil Nadu, Darshan Kulkarni from Gurgaon, Prof Hari Shankar Sharma from Arunachal Pradesh
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