ALL INDIA POLITICAL PARTIES MEET
AGENDA: DISCUSSION FOR THE RESOLUTION OF THE MANIPUR CONFLICT.
"The will of the majority is the foundation of democracy. If the majority wants something, then it is the duty of the government to give it to them...
In the ever-evolving political landscape of India, with over 2000 registered political parties, has led to the emergence of All India Political Party Meets. These conventions serve as platforms for diverse political groups to collectively discuss and reach a consensus on matters of national significance, often preceding parliamentary sessions or the introduction of bills. Originally intended to facilitate unrestricted political debate and deliberation, which may be constrained by time limitations in parliament, these meetings now contribute to a deeper understanding of key national issues. They provide a valuable forum for political discourse and help shape informed decisions
The Manipur quandary is a complex and multifaceted issue that has its roots in the history of caste issues in the state. The Meitei community, which is the majority ethnic group in Manipur, has traditionally dominated the state's political and economic life. This has led to resentment and anger among the minority ethnic groups, such as the Kukis.
The Manipur quandary is a serious challenge, but it is not insurmountable. With the cooperation of all stakeholders, it is possible to find a peaceful resolution to the conflict.
...But the will of the majority must be tempered by the will of the minority. The minority has the right to be heard, even if it is not the majority."
- Winston Churchill
The Executive Board
‘Never fight with an idiot because he will take you down to his level and beat you with experience’
An ardent lover of debates and Indian politics, Vaishakh Prakash is the embodiment of the term ‘know it all’. As someone who is currently pursuing a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication, he firmly believes that every Indian should be ‘politically literate’. He has a flair for AIPPMs and is accustomed to dominating every committee he has stepped into. He uses his intellect and subtle sarcasm to demolish his opponents’ arguments. Vaishakh Prakash has won several accolades in the Bangalore MUN circuit and is known for his vast knowledge on Indian politics. He was once also a part of CJC MUNSOC.
Mihika Shree Mohan
"Winners don't make excuses when the other side starts to play" - Harvey Specter.
Mihika is a and driven student with exceptional leadership and communication skills dedicated to creating a positive and inclusive environment where everyone has equal opportunities to succeed. She is known for fostering collaborative relationships and leveraging effective communication to achieve team goals.
Nakul R Bharadwaj
"Imagine a world with peace, that's a world I don't want to live in." - Nakul R Bharadwaj
A strong believer in the will of people to survive, and be manipulated, Nakul is a strong epitome of Indian Politics and Diplomacy, and the lack thereof. His strong affinty to controversy and by extension Indian Politics, makes him the perfect AIPPM delegate. Having won appreciation by various Legends of the Old Circuit for his silver tongued lobbying and people swaying speeches, he is not to be taken lightly.
A talented instrumentalist, a believer in stoicism and a powerful orater, this man could convince you that pigeons are truly drones of the government.
A newcomer to the circuit, Nakul has worked his way up the placement list, having experience and accolades at conferences such as KMUN, GWHMUN, DOCMUN, CJCMUN & BJCMUN with equally representing both the ruling and the opposition in his conferences.