In a program organized by Chandigarh University today, the renowned IAS officer Sonal Goyal, currently serving as Secretary in Tripura, inspired the youth to fully contribute towards achieving the goal of a developed India. Sonal emphasized the importance of making young minds aware of their responsibilities in nation-building, stating that youth power is the pillar of the country’s progress.
Currently on a national tour with her recently published book ‘Nation Calling’, Sonal is visiting universities and higher educational institutions across the country, engaging with youth and motivating them to play an active role in nation-building.
Addressing the youth in attendance, Sonal highlighted that the roadmap for the country’s progress would not be determined solely by the government but by the nation’s youth, with active participation from every citizen. Drawing upon the views of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Sonal encouraged the youth to work towards making India a developed nation by its 100th year of independence in 2047. She emphasized that the hopes, expectations, and
aspirations of today’s Indian youth will play a crucial role in leading the country towards development.