BJYM Nagaland organises ‘Namo Navmatdata Sammelan’
DIMAPUR — The Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) in Nagaland organised ‘Namo Navmatdata Sammelan’ on Thursday.
In Dimapur, BJYM of Dimapur-1 mandal organised ‘Namo Navmatdata Sammelan’ at the IMC Hall with the advisor of Tribal Affairs and Election, Tovihoto Ayemi, as the special guest.
He informed that the event is being held in 20 locations across Nagaland to educate first-time voters on the importance of their votes in shaping the nation’s growth.
“Your vote is not just a mark on a ballot paper; it is a powerful tool that can shape the future of our country. It is a symbol of your right, your responsibility, and your contribution to the democratic process,” Ayemi said.
Sharing his thoughts with the first-time voters, he stressed that they have profound responsibility as their choice would influence the policies, leaders and direction the nation would take.
As first-time voters, he stated that they represent the energy and vision needed for positive change. He, therefore, encouraged them to be adaptable, embrace innovation and advocate for policies that address current and future needs.
At the event, the prime minister’s address to 50 lakh first-time voters in 5000 locations across the country was screened.
Short speeches were delivered by BJYM national executive member, Animesh Biswas, and president of Nagaland BJP minority morcha, Ankit Jain.
A similar programme was held at Mokokchung town hall led by the district president, S Bendang Aier, wherein he encouraged the karyakartas to maintain the same spirit of cohesiveness, cooperation and dedication in the service of the people and the party.
The event saw more than 150 applicants.
Meanwhile, BJYM Wokha district also held a programme in its office with Thomas, state spokesperson and in-charge of Wokha district, as the special guest.
He shared that BJP is a disciplined party deeply rooted in serving, having a strong and one of the best organisational set-ups in the world. He further urged the members to work together for a better future.
BJYM state secretary, Likyao Odyuo, also shared the visions of Prime Minister, Narendra Modi.
Altogether, 180 party workers from all the 4 mandals attended the programme. It added that a total of 80 first-time voters including 32 girls and 48 boys were enrolled.