On Rahul Gandhi’s Birthday,NSUI Promises To Pay Tuition Fees Of Martyr’s & Farmers Children Joining DU This Year

Soldiers and Farmers hold the field in forming the structure of this country. Defending India during Independence, they have been a backbone to the country as even pointed by our Former Prime Minister Lal Bahudar Shastri “Jai Jawan Jai Kisaan”. However, as of recently, both the parties have been the centre of attention for party politics. Ensnared between party politics, this has led to both the parties being overwhelmed.

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Upon this context, the National Student’s Union of India aims to serve the families of martyrs and farmers. NSUI in a press release yesterday announced that on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Congress President Rahul Gandhi (19th June 1970) NSUI plans to take an important step to serve the families of the Martyrs. NSUI aims to pay one year of fees of martyr’s children who will be taking admission this year at Delhi University. Similarly, the National Student’s Union of India is also working for those farmer’s kids who have committed suicide due to non-payment of loans to the banks.NSUI has offered to pay their fees too.

On the occasion of Rahul Gandhi's Birthday, NSUI aims to help and serve Martyrs and Farmers.
Image Source: NSUI Press Release

As the Press Release informs, the programme sights to help the families of soldiers and farmers who have been struggling due to unfortunate events in the past. The initiative is based on the thoughts of Congress President Rahul Gandhi, so as to perform a noble cause on the occasion of his birthday.

National President Neeraj Kundan says “I want to do this job with the National Student’s Union of India and I will always stand with the soldiers and farmers of my country, their family is our family, and we will be with them whenever they need us.”

Families of Martyrs and farmers will have to first register on this email address [email protected]. Further, the National Committee will verify it and will then serve the children of all those families.

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