New Delhi: The Modi government has propelled the ‘Vidya Veerta Abhiyan’ under which universities from the nation over will now have a ‘wall of heroes’ devoted to our overcome hearts.

This battle was imagined by BJP pioneer Tarun Vijay who terms it as a ‘humble attempt to inculcate patriotism in the students.’ The representations of our 21 ParamVir Chakra beneficiaries will be shown on the wall.

Tarun Vijay had this to say on the campaign, “We have reached out to 1,000 universities across the country and everyone has been very supportive. It is a positive campaign to tell the youth of the country about our real heroes, who laid down their lives for us. Nobody is above them.”

“The Wall of Heroes – depicting the portraits of War Warriors decorated with Param Vir Chakra for showing extraordinary courage and bravery to defend Motherland – will inspire the youth and make them feel patriotic. To start with, we will have 100 universities that will launch the campaign and show the way forward,” he further added.

The campaign has been propelled by HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar and Minister of State for Defense Subhash Bhamre. The primary arrangement of pictures will be displayed to VCs from universities, for example, JNU, DU, Jamia, Kerala University, Mumbai University and those in Jammu and Arunachal Pradesh. IIT-Delhi has consented to be a part of the campaign and it is normal that others will go with the same pattern.

The campaign goes for urging 1,000 universities to introduce such a wall of heroes. They will devote a 15×20 feet wall on grounds to show representations of Param Vir Chakra awardees. However, this will be finished by foundations on deliberate premise with cash gathered by students and teachers. This is an exceptionally welcome move as it is our obligation to build the level of mindfulness towards our brave hearts through our own particular endeavours.

Our warriors are getting martyred much of the time because of Pakistan-supported fear based terrorism and their truce infringement. At that point, there are the counter national acts and mottos of a few understudies in universities like JNU which has attracted regard for the entire issue of patriotism.

This campaign is a one of a kind approach to ingrain a feeling of regard towards those who’ve made a definitive give up for us. Also, there is no better approach to take the great stories of our troopers to the general population than by sharpening the nation’s sprouting minds.