Gadchiroli Feb. 10 (District Correspondent) The arrangement of free accommodation and food made by the Nationalist Youth Congress district unit for the youths coming from various parts of the state for the Forest Guard field test has become quite helpful for these youths.
NCP Youth District President Liladhar Bharadkar had voluntarily taken an initiative and provided these arrangements in the local Patel Mangal Karyalaya under the guidance of Food and Drug Administration Minister Dharmaraobaba Atram and former president of Zilla Parishad Ms. Bhagyashree Atram. Hundreds of youths took the benefit of these arrangements and made their halt and prepared for their test. The facility not only saved the financial burden but helped them to concentrate on their studies and other preparations.
The field test for forest guard recruitment was recently conducted in Gadchiroli district. Hundreds of youths from all corners of the district as well as other parts of the state participated in this test. All the youths who did not get accommodation were deprived of accommodation and food. Some youths were staying at bus stands, roadsides or wherever the shelter was available.
Keeping in mind this difficulty, District President of Youth NCP Liladhar Bharadkar made the arrangements for the residence and food of these helpless youths. Minister Dharma Rao Baba Atram, former ZP president Bhagyashree Atram, Divisional President of Women NCP Shaheen Hakim, District President of NCP Ravindra Wasekar also gave the necessary support in this task and food and accommodation was arranged for the youths.
The youths have expressed their gratitude towards the NCP leaders and have thanked them for this timely help.
While reacting over the facility, the youths said it was really an unforgettable experience. Our stay became very easy and we could prepare well for the test for which we will always be thankful to the NCP leaders, they opined.
Earlier also, the similar activity was taken up by the Youth NCP for the youths who had come for police recruitment to the city. That time more than 1,500 youths were provided the residential and food facility. The Youth activists Srinivas Godshelwar, Rinku Papadkar, Chetan Pendam, Chilgelwar, Faheem Kazi, Yogesh Nandgaye, Kapil Bagde, Himanshu Kharwade, Saurabh Khobragade, Sanket Janganwar, Manthan Bulbule, Ritik Dongre, Sagar Dadmal, Parag Dandekar, Karthik Bulbule, Adinath Mangar, Kunal Madavi, Amol Jetiwar, Mohit Durwa, Sandesh Karemore, Rohan Inkane, Prateek Tekam, Nayan Banamkar and other office bearers extended necessary cooperation for the initiative.
The initiative is being largely appreciated here.