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Amit Shah says the steps being taken in higher education will empower young people

Amit Shah

Union Minister of the Interior and Art leader on Tuesday said youth are building the future and character of the country.

Addressing the students of Nrupatung University, after laying the foundation stone, Shah said: “The future of any country is built by youth and its character.”

The Union Minister also said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is building infrastructure for higher so that the country’s youth can stand on a par with the world.

“Over the 75-year journey, the country has overcome many directions, and today we stand here. Everyone has contributed to the development of the country,” he said.

The college was established by former Maharaja Mysore Nalwadi Krishnaraj Wadiar. From undergraduate college, he began teaching graduate studies with a research program, and later received university status in 2020.

The Shah also practically opened a court laboratory in Belarus from Bangalore. The interior minister also launched a smart app e-beat (electronic bit) of Karnataka police.

“The Karnataka state police initiative has been launched today. If it is launched across the Karnataka, then services will go from the poorest to the poorest,” he said.

Earlier today, the Shah and Chief Minister Basawaraj Bomai honored the statue of Basaveswara in the Chalukya circle in Bangalore.

The Minister of the Interior will also open the campus of the National Intelligence Network of Bangalore (NATGRID) in the urban village of Satnur.

At an event organized at 5.30pm at the Sri Kantherau Open Stadium, the Minister of the Interior will take part in the closing ceremony of the University Games in India in Kelo-2021.

(Only the title and image of this report may have been reworked by Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is generated automatically from the syndicated tape.)

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