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Youth are agents for change in society— DC Mokokchung

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By Imrongkumba Aier Updated: Oct 07, 2023 5:25 pm
Youth are agents for change in society–DC Mokokchung
Government officials and students after the ‘Youth Voters Festival 2023’ at Mokokchung town hall on Saturday.

MOKOKCHUNG — Describing youth as agents for bringing about changes in the society, the deputy commissioner (DC) and district election officer (DEO) of Mokokchung, Thsuvisie Phoji, said that young people have important role in solving corruption and ensuring peaceful co-existence in a society.

Phoji stated this during the celebration of ‘Youth Voters Festival 2023’ at Mokokchung town hall on Saturday. He said young people have an important role in deterring and solving corruption and are key constituents in ensuring peaceful co-existence in a society.

Phoji maintained that youth have the ability to learn and adapt to the environment and likewise willing to learn to achieve their goal. Pointing out that social reforms and improvement of society is in the hands of youth, he said in a democratic country like India, changes or progress cannot be achieved without the active participation and contribution of the youth.

He further urged the young participants to be wise enough in their actions especially while casting their precious vote in electing their representatives saying that their action and participation would decide the future.

The assistant election officer of Mokokchung, Renben Mozhui, gave an awareness presentation, while Moamenla, district mission coordinator, emphasised on the importance of Mission Shakti, which is a comprehensive scheme launched by the Ministry of Women and Child Development in India aimed at ensuring the safety and empowerment of women across the country.

Short play was presented by the Demstify Institute for Montessori and Nursery Teachers Training, Mokokchung, while songs were presented by Yimkumla from Jubilee College and Supongsangla Jamir, PwD Icon, and concluded with the closing remarks delivered by the additional deputy commissioner and SVEEP nodal officer of Mokokchung, Chumlamo Humtsoe.

Demonstration on EVM and VVPAT was done by district level master trainers followed by signature campaign. The programme was chaired by EAC of Kobulong, Seyievilie Pfukri.

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