Kuala Lumpur , Nov 15- In less than 24 hours, 560 delegates each from the MIC Youth and Wanita wings will go to the party polls to elect their respective national leaders to represent them for the next three-year term.
Since nomination on Nov 8, two candidates vying for the post of Youth chief – current deputy chief V. Mugilan and secretary C. Sivarraajh have garnered grassroot support from several states, in what has largely been a peaceful and healthy campaign.
Typical of campaign time, both candidates used social networking websites, including Facebook and Twitter, as a vehicle to promote their vision and mission through respective manifestos.
Mugilan’s manifesto themed ‘Vote for Change’ underlines 10 aspects focusing on education, socio-economic development and youth development within and outside the party.
Stressing on the need for inclusive growth for youth development, Mugilan said: “The real challenge lies in creating, not only more job opportunities but also encouraging conducive laws which would facilitate entrepreneurship.
“It is important to generate employment for the youth.”