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NPYC stresses on effective political participation
Published on 21 Feb. 2010 1:09 AM IST
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The first executive meeting of the Nagaland Pradesh Youth Congress for the year 2010 was held on February 19 at Congress Bhawan, Kohima. The meeting was attended by the office bearers of NPYC, district youth congress presidents and Mridul Gogoi, secretary of Indian Youth Congress (IYC) and in charge of Nagaland. President of NPYC Kuputo Shohe, highlighting the purpose of the meeting stressed on the effective political participation of the youth in the changing Indian political scenario and expressed gratitude to the IYC officials for their support. Addressing the youth congress leaders, Gogoi explicitly dwelt on the activities of the Indian Youth Congress and how Rahul Gandhi, general secretary, All India Congress Committee and in charge of Youth Congress had revolutionized and transformed the politics of Indian through political empowerment to the younger generations. He stated that under the guidance of Rahul Gandhi, the IYC started the process of talent search throughout the nation to make Youth Congress more effective and vibrant. Gogoi also assured the youth congress leaders that under the stewardship of Adv. Rajeev Satav, the newly appointed president of Indian Youth Congress, the IYC would stretch out its long hand to make Nagaland Pradesh Youth Congress stronger and in that he would act as bridge between the state youth congress and the national main stream. The Indian youth congress would carry out more innovative programmes in the state. Gogoi also congratulated I.Imkong MLA and Tokheho Yepthomi MLA who were appointed as president and CLP leader respectively by Sonia Gandhi, president of AICC and also acknowledged the selfless services rendered to the party by K. V. Pusa, MLA, former president of NPCC and Chingwang Konyak, MLA, former CLP leader. The meeting started with invocation by Kedoutsolhi Watsa, secretary, NPYC and Kiyexu Chishi, general secretary, NPYC pronounced the vote of thanks.

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