The second and concluding day of National Student Parliament, organised by Raisoni Group began with Session titled â€œLeadership Crisisâ€ which was graced by NCP leader Nawab Malik, Tanveer Ahmed, senior journalist Rajesh Badal and Shubhrastha Sethi.
Badal in his speech said that â€œWe need to first understand our problem to solve it. People make the leader from themselvesâ€.Â Tanveer Ahmed said we donâ€™t have any leadership crisis and regional politics is not to divide our country but to surface the core issue. He further said a leader should not contradict but solve issues of people. Subhrastha Sethi emphasised on regional politics, citing importance of regional issues, which, most of the times are left unheard by the government. She said we need to raise a voice because thatâ€™s the way only to reach to the government as regional politics has different aspects and problems need to resolve. NCP leader Malik elaborated the importance of student politics in universities, a place which could create a leader and seems to be ceased. He said a leader is the one who lives for others and not for himself. He said itâ€™s a job of leaders to torch themselves to lighten up the villages.
4th session was on â€œHuman Rightâ€ where BJP spokesperson Vishwas Pathak, activist Henri Tiphang, Advocate Shekhar Naphade, and Dr S Shanthakumar. Pathak were the speakers.
Final session started with Achievers Awards 2019 which was given to Astik Kumar Pandey, Akola Collector for outstanding service, Harshini Kanhekar for being first women firefighter and Faiz Fazal for sports. The fifth â€œZero Tolerance for Poverty, Corruption and Terrorismâ€ graced the presence of Vivek Agnihotri, CM Adviser Shweta Shalini, Congress leader Charanjeet Sapra and educationist Chandrashekhar DP.
Arti Kalnavat concluded the programme with the national anthem.