Jamshedpur, September 1: Keeping in mind the future generation and to continue their social service, Akhil Bhartiya Marwari Yuva Manch will be establishing a administrative building in Delhi.
The Manch will also set up a state -of -the-art hostel for around 150 youths in 4000 sq.ft area at UPSIDS industrial area in Delhi-Ghaziabad border.
The manch aims to help the Marwari children to stay at the hostel when completed and prepare for the IAS and other competitive exams. The hostel will boast of a common living room, multimedia room, lecture auditorium etc.
At the same area a separate hostel for meritorious girl students will also be made where they can stay and study for higher education, said Shyam Sunder Soni, chairman of Yuva Bhawan Forum of Akhil Bhartiya Marwari Yuva Manch.
He further said that the proposed three-floor (80 thousand sq. ft built and 20 thousand sq. ft open space) Yuva Bhawan will be the biggest administrative building of the Marwari society. The administrative building will house offices of 700 branches of the manch which are active all over the country.
The Yuva bhawan of the manch will also house a cancer detection centre along with a permanent blood bank which would be the first blood bank of the society in Delhi-NCR region, added Shyam Sunder Soni.
Addressing a press conference at a city hotel on Thursday, Soni said, a artificial limb transplant centre will also be set up from where the disabled can receive artificial limb according to their needs.
A diagnostic centre will also be set up along with a library which would boast of Marwari books. The Yuva Bhawan would also have an auditorium with sitting capacity of 500 people along with two community centers, added Soni.
At the press meet former national president Balram Sultania, former national vice-president Nandkishore Agarwal, Yuva bhawan coordinator from Jharkhand Sanjeev Agarwal, Mantu Agarwal, spokesperson Prakash Sharma along with others were present.