ITANAGAR, Apr 26 : With the objective to boost the youths of the state, Indian Youth Congress (IYC) is going to organise ‘Young India ke Bol’ speech competition, which was formally launched by Arunachal Pradesh Youth Congress (APYC) here at Rajiv Gandhi Raj Bhawan on Tuesday.
Briefing media persons on the occasion, Indian Youth Congress (IYC) Spokesperson of North Eastern India, Gaurav Jain said, ‘Young India Ke Bol’ is a platform where youths would be given a golden opportunity to express their right to ‘freedom of speech’ which is being enshrined by the constitution of India.
“The present BJP government is not only suppressing the voice of the youths at national level but also at the state and district level too, and due to which youths could not raise their voice against the establishment and institution and setup” alleged Jain.
This system launched by the IYC would give better platform to the youths to raise their voice and they can also join the party as a spokesmen in their regional language at state level or even can be upgraded to national level after the competition result is declared. He said.
One can digitally join the campaign and share the platform after sending video and other required in the Performa. He added.
Urging the youths of Arunachal to participate in the event in large numbers, APYC President Tarh Johny said, “This is the right time for youths to voice against the BJP government for their misrule, bad governance and unemployment issues,”.
For the district and state level competition, youths can avail the online registration till 31st May next, by visiting Young India ke bol website.
The selected winner would be given an opportunity at the national level competition to be held on 2nd October at New Delhi and will be appointed as the IYC’s national spokesperson.
APCC Vice President Rajen Nani, VP (Organisation) Tanu NIma Dulom, General Secretary Tarh Kalar also address the launching programme and interacted the gathering.