Srinagar: J-K Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha today interacted with J-K and Ladakh contingent of NCC Cadets who participated in Republic Day Parade at New Delhi.
In a series of tweets LG Sinha congratulated the cadets who got an opportunity to represent the UTs of J-K and Ladakh.
Interacted with J-K UT & Ladakh UT’s contingent of NCC cadets, who participated in the Republic Day Parade at New Delhi. NCC cadets are icons of discipline and leadership with unwavering commitment in nation building, LG wrote on twitter.
in another tweet he said, “NCC cadets in J-K led by example during trying times of Covid in activities like awareness campaign &effectively executed assigned mission during vaccination program. School Edu Dept &Youth Affairs wholeheartedly supporting expansion of NCC coverage in villages &far-flung areas.”
In another tweet he wrote: “Our efforts will not only motivate the youth from the villages to join the armed forces but it will also inculcate the values of fraternity, discipline, national unity and selfless services amongst our youth.”
NCC cadets LG said can also play a major role in reversing the drug menace in J-K UT, through cadet peer led intervention.
He added that as the largest uniformed youth organisation in the world, NCC can raise awareness, create a culture of fighting substance abuse and effectively guide the curiosity of young and vulnerable people in colleges and community.