The Yuva Chetna Yatra being led by Digvijay Singh Chautala, national president, Indian National Students Organisation, reached Rakhi Garhi village in Hisar district on Saturday. The yatra, which has been organised to mark the 100th birth anniversary of Chaudhary Devi Lal would conclude at Kurukshetra on November 1 and a Samman Divas Samaroh rally will be organised on that day.
Addressing a public meeting at Rakhi Garhi village, Digvijay Singh Chautala said, "The manner in which people are thronging the meetings of INLD in huge numbers shows that people have made up their mind to bring INLD back to power. If voted to power, our government will make special provision for the transportation of rural girls to their educational institutions. Special buses will be plied for girls in 30 km radius of cities. Special emphasis will be laid on the girl education."
He added that, "We will also ensure that maximum youths of Haryana are absorbed by companies, which open their set up in the state. Every year our party would reduce 25% fee in educational institutions after assuming power."
The youth leader added that, "We are committed to follow the ideals of Chaudhary Devi Lal whose 100th birthday will be celebrated as Samman Divas Samaroh at Kurukshetra on November 1 and I appeal to youths of the state to reach Kurukshetra on that day."