Sunday, August 1, 2021

CAN Youth launches ‘Samvidhan Live!’

Dimapur, December 11: Can Youth on Tuesday launched the third edition of the ‘Samvidhan Live! The Jagrik Project’ here at Tourist Lodge Conference Hall, Dimapur in the presence of the students from the five participating schools from Dimapur besides others. Limasenla Longkumer of Nagaland State Legal Service Authority was the guest speaker on the occasion.
Speaking on the event, Limasenla made the children aware of the various aspects of the constitution and the rights of the citizens in the country.
She said that people of Nagaland are ignorant of the rights that they have and it is the responsibility of the aware citizens like the students to make them aware of their fundamental rights and it has to start from their own houses.
Talking on sundry topics ranging from RTI to human trafficking to government schemes for the disabled, widows and people living with HIV, she said that the students should be wary of their surroundings and if they see forlorn children on the street, they should try to interact and bring them to those who can help them out as many a times these children are the victims of the trafficking. She also added that they should also be careful of the people they trust as more often than not the people they know can turn out to be traffickers or sexual predators and these evil people don’t roam around wearing black cloaks.
Previously, Fr. Jerry, Director of Bosco Institute, Jorhat had said in his brief address that citizenship is a daily reality that we need to live and it is not only about voting once in five years but to work continuously for the entity called the country. He expressed, however, that many a time adults limit themselves as citizens and all they do is vote.
Jenpu Rongmei, Chief Functionary, Can Youth in the welcome address had mentioned that of all the students that are going to be a part of this, only one pair will be selected to represent Nagaland in Delhi during the Republic Day of 2019 and meanwhile they will participate in different activities based on fundamental rights.
‘Samvidhan Live! The Jagrik Project’ is a public initiative by ComMutiny- The Youth Collective that aims to help young citizens live and experience the fundamental rights and duties enshrined in the constitution through an interactive game. It was initiated in the year 2016 on November 26 celebrating the ‘Constitution Day’. The schools that are part of this year’s journey are Purana Bazaar Government School, Viphuho Foundation School, Millennial Vision School, Sematilla Government School, and Dhansiripar Government School.
(Page News Service)