CM and PVS Speaker meet students on sidelines of Punjab Vidhan Sabha session
Chandigarh: The students of Oxbridge World School, Kotakpura witnessed the proceedings of the Assembly session yesterday and got information about the legislative work.
The school students who came to see the proceedings of the session also met the Punjab Chief Minister S. Bhagwant Singh Mann and Speaker Punjab Vidhan Sabha S. Kultar Singh Sandhwan who encouraged them to work hard in life to become a successful person and to make valuable contribution for the progress of the state and the country.
Answering the questions of the students, the Chief Minister said that the Punjab Government has so far given government jobs to more than 37,000 eligible youths of the state. He said that our purpose is to provide employment to the youth of Punjab in the state so that the Punjabi youth don't leave the state and go to foreign countries and instead serve the state by getting employment in their own Punjab.
S. Sandhwan said that by watching the proceedings of the House, where the students got information about the legislative working of the state, the performance of the political leaders can be seen in real sense. Encouraging the students, he said that the aim of the State Government is that the youth of Punjab should give up their desire to go abroad and stay here to get good employment and work for the welfare of their society.
On this occasion, Oxbridge World School Principal Samina Khurana and Vice Principal Sapna Bajaj also thanked Chief Minister Punjab and Speaker Punjab Vidhan Sabha for encouraging the students.