Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis greeted the newly elected ministers of Young Inspirators Network (YIN) here on Tuesday. Eighteen ministers of YIN met the chief minister at Mantralaya. The chief minister told the young ministers that young age is an age to learn more and so they should do something better in their lives.
On the last day of the YIN conclave, the YIN ministers visited Mantralaya and also met ministers of the State cabinet. The YIN cabinet also met Water Resources Minister Vijay Shivtare. In the meeting with Chief Minister Fadnavis, the young ministers discussed various issues. Fadnavis told YIN ministers that young people have the power to learn more and do something different. “So work hard and work actively in your life,” Fadnavis said.
Shivtare said that the YIN ministers are responsible ministers and that they have to work with responsibility. “You all are shadow ministers of the State cabinet and you have to work very hard. If you study any subject thoroughly, then, we can elect you as non-government members of various government bodies and committees,” he said.
Shivtare advised that while electing the YIN ministers, experts in a particular subject must be considered for ministerial posts. After meeting ministers, YIN ministers met administrative officers. The ministers met IPS officer Shivdeep Lande and Latur Collector Pandurang Pole. Both officers shared their experience with YIN ministers.
Lande said that YIN ministers should always listen to their inner voice and respect their parents. Pole told the ministers about the kind of problems that the collector can solve and how the ministers can approach the collector.