Imphal: The Manipur Youth Congress on Monday launched ‘Young India Ke Bol’, a speech competition organized by the Indian Youth Congress, to find future spokespersons for the party.
Gaurav Jain, National Spokesperson Indian Youth Congress told the media here that the contest will look for talent in the state to compete at the national level. “It is a step to find future speakers.”
He said such similar events will be across the northeastern states.
The last date for the competition is October 1. Five winners will be appointed as district spokespersons. It will be followed by a state-level event.
In the final stage, state winners will participate in a national level competition on November 14, the birth anniversary of the first Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru, in New Delhi. The winner will be appointed the national spokesperson, he added.
Jain further accused the Central government of rising inflation and unemployed youth in the country. He further informed that India dropped to one of the lowest in human development indexes, which is lowered than the country like Afghanistan. The Central government is least bothered about the farmer protests and is continuously misusing Section 66 A across the country to silence legitimate voices.
S Johny Meitei, Working President, MPYC, Md Abdul Hakim, VP, MPYC, P Bankimchandra Meitei, General Secretary, MPYC and Mir Quashim, General Secretary MPYC were present during the present conference.