You can make a big difference to your community too!
You can join the ranks of committed youth who are working earnestly, and
tirelessly to bring about
positive change to their communities. Yuva
Shakti is a result of the urge of millions of Indian youth
to have an organisation of their own. An organisation that reflects their
aspirations, their desires, their needs, and gives them an opportunity
to directly shape the destiny of the great Indian people.
organising its cadres at the national, state, district, block and village
levels, Yuva Shakti is awakening widespread popular participation in our
national development programmes. From the Lushai Hills of Mizoram to the
mountainous deserts of Ladakh; from the marshes of Kutch to the tiny islands
of Lakshadweep - in every part and every corner of our vast country
these young leaders are ready to spearhead a movement to accelerate
the pace of India's socio-economic transformation. Yuva Shakti 'Karamveers'
are running village study centres, conducting awareness drives on family
planning, assisting people affected by floods and droughts, organising
mass contact programmes and seminars on national issues, serving the poorest
of the poor - and getting all good people together for ensuring
In our India there will be no misery, squalor, disease and poverty
The basic requirements of all individuals in respect of food, water, shelter
and clothing will be met.
Everyone will have equal access
to the best education and medical facilities.
Everyone will be productively employed. There will be no unemployment.
There will be equitable justice. There will be no room for discrimination
based on caste, creed or sex. People will realise that as one nation and
one family we all share the same aspirations and a common destiny.
There will be freedom of expression and belief. Pursuit of intellectual
and artistic creativity will be encouraged.
Man will live in unity and harmony with nature.
Population growth will be planned.
There will be more trees, parks and forests. All our neighborhoods, streets,
villages and cities will be clean. The air and water will be free of pollution.
The government will be small in size. The bureaucracy will be competent,
accessible and sensitive to the people's rights and needs. Public representatives
will be persons of attractive merit and established character.
There will be no violence or destruction. The citizens will be free from
the tensions of foreign aggression and civil strife.
There will be no social evils like dowry and corruption. The social system
will encourage initiative, creativity, fearlessness, self-confidence,
and development of individuality, along with a spirit of cooperation and