VSSS hosted the 5th International Convention in Delhi, with 81 countries and 29 states in attendance
The VSSS aims and objectives include promoting underprivileged and exceptional (deserving) Sindhi youth aspiring to join the IAS/ IPS cadre, as well as encouraging Sindhi students to take a diploma in Sindhi language
New Delhi [India]: The VSSS organised the 5th International Convention in Delhi, which included the celebration of the 75th Amrit Mahotsav of Indian Independence and the 100th Birth Anniversary of Shahid Hemu Kalani with top leaders of India and our very own celebrities. The three-day celebration saw the presence of Sonu Nigam, Parineeti Chopra, Satish Kaushik, Vishal Jethwa, Anup Soni, Mannara Chopra, Faisal Khan, Surendra Pal Singh, Jiten Lalwani, Mohit Lalwani, Mahesh Thakur, Vandana Nirankari, Dirven Hazari, Kamal Nathani, Kishor Parwani, Lata Awtaney, Op Gurbani, Laxmi Chand Makrani, Bharat Vatwani, Kaajal Chandiramani, Ghanshyam Vaswani, Sachin Sharma & many more along with 37 singers from all over the world.
The event’s key speakers – Speakers sister BK Shivani is a teacher in India’s Brahma Kumaris spiritual movement. Shiv Khera is an Indian author, activist, and motivational speaker best known for his book You Can Win; Indresh Kumar is a National Executive member of the RSS; Om Birla is the Speaker of the Lok Sabha; Shankar Lalwani is a Member of Parliament; Mahesh Jethmalani is a Member of Parliament; and Shrichand Kriplani is an Ex Minister.
The VSSS aims and objectives include promoting underprivileged and exceptional (deserving) Sindhi youth aspiring to join the IAS/ IPS cadre, as well as encouraging Sindhi students to take a diploma in Sindhi language, which will give them direct access to Civil Services. Women’s empowerment, as well as care for Sindhi senior citizens.
According to constitutional rights, every state must have a Sindhi Sahitya Academy, which is currently only in five states. VSSS also requests that the government build a Sindhi Bhavan in Delhi. According to VSSS, Sindhis are the highest tax payers in India, with a population of over one crore.
Dr. Raju V Manwani, a lion, says “We want to spread Sindhi culture throughout the world, especially among young people. The young of today want to speak English, French, German, and so on because they were never taught to speak Sindhi. Its mission is to preserve and promote Sindhi cultural heritage and ensure its continuity by disseminating it to the younger generation “Dr. Raju V Manwani is a Lion.