LUCKNOW: Urging the members of BJYM to be part of UP government's programmes to organise games, cultural progammes and plantation drives right to the block level, chief minister Aditya Nath Yogi said such programmes would be the best way to pay a tribute

to Deen Dayal Upadhayay's ideology of welfare of all.peaking at 'Khelo Bharat Abhiyan', a programme where BJYM would regularly organise games and tournaments up to the block level to increase connect of sportspersons with the party throughout the country,

Yogi also asked deputy CM Dinesh Sharma to make a proposal as early as possible.He said India was a youth power and that was the reason why China was upset with India.

New Delhi, Jun 30 The Bhartiya Janta Yuva Morcha, BJP's youth wing, celebrated the launch of GST by bursting crackers at the India Gate lawns past midnight.BJYM national president and Lok Sabha MP Poonam Mahajan led the celebrations to welcome the rollout

of the Goods and Services Tax (GST). They played 'dhol' and distributed sweets among the people there Gate to celebrate the historic moment. BJYM National General Secretary Saurabh Chaudhary, its Delhi President Sunil Yadav were present on the occasion.

"This tax regime will liberate people from the trap of tedious taxation. After the GST, not just the items of basic necessities would get cheaper, the biggest benefit will be that the complete system of taxation will become easier," she said.

The Bhartiya Janta Yuva Morcha (BJYM) will undertake a nationwide social media campaign to popularise Prime Minister Narendra Modi's idea under #IAmNewIndia entailing nine pledges for youngsters.

The idea has been publicised through the Narendra Modi App wherein youth have been suggested to support the PM's flagship programmes and schemes in the form of nine pledges, said BJYM media incharge Shivam Chhabra. Using hashtag #IAmNewIndia,

the BJYM team will encourage youth across the country to pledge their support to Swachh Bharat, cashless transactions, corruption and drugs free India, and protection of nature, among other programmes and ideas promoted by the rime Minister, he added.