MIM president Asaduddin Owaisi on Sunday launched the Learn project in Hyderabad in order to encourage the youth to participate in the democratic process. The programme aims at making youth aware of the Constitution and the Constitutional tools which are available to strengthen the democracy in our country. The programme includes a youth Parliament, youth baithaks, townhall events and heritage walks.

Member of Parliament in United Kingdom Seema Malhotra had introduced the idea of youth Parliament at Telangana Jagruthi programme held in the city in January.

The youths are often urged to participate in active politics, very few come forward. According to Mr Owaisi, this is the reason for him to create a platform for the youth to raise their voice.

The youths can register for the programme online.Mr Owaisi has also introduced a Private Members Bill to reduce the minimum age for contesting in Lok Sabha and Assembly elections to 20 years. His contention is that 50 per cent of India's population is below 25 years and 65 per cent of the population is below 35 years and hence they must be given the right representation in the Parliament.

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