Inaugurating the forum Mr. Devgan said, " I am glad that Sanjeev has taken this initiative to guide the youth. Coming from a responsible politician this is a very welcome step, which will help integrate the younger members of society to the mainstream. It is important to guide the younger generation and help mould them into better individuals. I offer my best wishes to YUVA and hope that it succeeds in its cause to weed out corruption from our society. I will always be available for such noble causes and do my part in contributing to the betterment of our neighbourhood."
Said Mr. Sanjeev, "YUVA will be a platform for the younger generation to voice their opinion against corruption and make their voices felt. We will endeavor to root out the evil of corruption from the grass roots level so that our society is free from this disease. The younger generation has to take a more active interest in weeding out the anti social elements in the society."
"Our main area of focus will be corruption and its ill effects on society. Our endeavor would be to weed out corruption from the local as well as state level. We will actively pursue reports of corruption and ensure that necessary action is taken against the concerned person or authorities. Even if members of our own political party are found to be involved in cases of corruption we will follow it up with the highest level in the party. I wont hesitate to even approach the Congress President Sonia Gandhi on cases of corruption reported against our party members", added Sanjeev.
The function was also attended by prominent policiticians like Mr. Baldev Khosa MLA, Mr. Jaywant Parab - Gen Secy, MRCC, Mr. Suresh Shetty (MOS), Prof J C Chandurkar (MLA), Ashok Jadhav (MLA), Mr. Nitesh Rane - Gen Secy MYCC, Mr. Kumar Mangat, Mr. Virendra Tripathi among others.