Subhashji was among the panellists at the India-ASEAN Youth Summit 2017 held in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. Shri Jay Panda, Member of Parliament, Loksabha (Odisha) and Shri Conrad Sangma, Member of Parliament, Loksabha (Meghalaya) were the other panellists and Shri Ram Madhav, Director, India Foundation chaired the interaction.
'Let's perform our duties as citizens, not just demand our rights,' says Subhash Chandra. 70 years after Independence it is time to remind ourselves and follow in the footsteps of our ancestors who, while performing their duties towards their nation did not doubt or question it. Subhashji pens his thoughts:
Among the five villages adopted by Subhashji, he visited Adampur and Sadalpur in Hisar district of Haryana to take stock of the projects he initiated there and also interact with the locals to understand and discuss solutions to their problems and issues.
75 years ago 'Quit India' movement united fellow countrymen to fight against the imperial and unjust rule of the British Raj and attain self-rule or 'Swaraj'. Looking at the situation today, Subhashji has called on the people of the nation to rid itself of caste-based reservations.
Subhashji spoke at the very first session of 'Vimarsh' an initiative by the Honourable Governor of Himachal Pradesh Shri Acharya Dev Vrat. He touched upon the importance of spirituality and the role it plays in development.
Subhashji questioned Minister of State (Information and Broadcasting) Shri Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore about pending proposal to strengthen digital transmitters in border areas during the Question Hour of the monsoon session of the Rajya Sabha