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Youth are the hope of tomorrow — Zale

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By EMN Updated: Jan 05, 2019 12:36 am
Er. Zale Neikha speaking at the 54th RYO youth day programme in Viswema village under Kohima district on Jan. 4.

Dimapur, Jan. 4 (EMN): Advisor of youth resources and sports, Er. Zale Neikha, today expounded that youth are the force, hope and leaders of tomorrow as “they are the face of our community, society and country at large.”

Addressing the 54th youth day of Rachü youth organisation (RYO) in Viswema village under Kohima district, Er. Zale remarked that the fate of a nation depends on the youth today. He added that grooming and shaping the youth with innovative and competitive spirit that would create the society to a greater height.

He said leaders of any organisation- may it be panchayat, youth, students, women etc- should try to build and uplift one another from grass root level to the higher level.

“We should not only concentrate on our own khel or village but look beyond to the state and national level,” he said.

Touching upon dignity of labour he said, “There are many highly qualified youth in our society helped by their parents with an intention that one day their children will become a person and make them proud. Those youths should not only wait for government job but utilised their knowledge that they had gained to be productive and not an issue to their parents.”

He said there are many ways where one could earn their living to sustain themselves. He said there is nothing that cannot grow in the land, which has been bestowed upon by God with suitable climatic condition.

“Youth can take up cultivation as their profession as we have lots of wastelands that can be cultivated with any seasonal vegetables throughout the year. We can build a proper marketing shed so that the customers in and around the town can come and purchased in bulk,” he stated.

He has lamented on the loss of culture among the youth especially in respecting the elders.

“We should always try to have passion and listen to them. Preserve our culture at any point of time and grab the things eagerly they wanted to tell us,” he said.

He has further asked the people to respect and take care of public properties.

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By EMN Updated: Jan 05, 2019 12:36:51 am