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Deepika Mayanglambam Urges Silence for Manipur Martyrs at Youth Conclave

Last Updated on March 18, 2024 by SPN Editor

Deepika Mayanglambam, a prominent figure from Manipur, delivered a stirring appeal to youth conclave delegates at the International Youth Development Conclave held at Ellanabad (Haryana) in India, urging them to honor the memory of martyrs who laid down their lives in the pursuit of peace in Manipur. The heartfelt plea was met with solemnity as attendees observed a two-minute silence during the event.

Organized by Divya Yuva Manch, the youth conclave convened from March 15 to 17, 2024, drawing participants from 10 countries and various states across India. With its diverse representation, the event served as a truly global platform for discussions on youth development.

In her impassioned address, Deepika Mayanglambam underscored critical areas for the well-being of Manipur’s populace. She emphasized the need for sustainable practices and mental health support, particularly for victims of violence and conflict within the state. Her words resonated with the audience, shedding light on the ongoing struggles faced by the resilient people of Manipur.

“Let us raise our voices,” Mayanglambam implored, “and collectively work towards restoring peace in Manipur.” Her call to action echoed the sacrifices made by the martyrs, inspiring hope for a peaceful and prosperous future.

The youth conclave provided a valuable avenue for young leaders to exchange experiences and perspectives, fostering a global conversation on youth development and the vital role of peacebuilding efforts. As the sun set on Ellanabad, the echoes of Deepika Mayanglambam’s appeal reverberated, igniting a renewed commitment to a harmonious world for generations to come.

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