M K Sanu Urges Youth to Mould India

Published: 14th August 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 14th August 2014 08:59 AM   |  A+A-


KAKKANAD: Youngsters must have a clear view about the future of our country and they should have an aspiration to lift India to an envious position, said writer and critic M K Sanu.

He was speaking after inaugurating the International Youth Day organised by the District Youth Welfare Board in association with the Ernakulam district panchayat at the panchayat hall on Tuesday. Adding further he said,”youth have the responsibility to mould the future of India through political, social and cultural interventions.”

He also pointed out the history of nationalisation of banks in his speech. According to him, the socialist attitude adopted by Jawaharlal Nehru resulted in the nationalisation of banks. “The impact of globalisation and cyber revolution is immense as they have altered the basic character of communism, socialism and the world nations. In this changed scenario, the youngsters should have a clear picture about the future of our nation,” Sanu said.

Concluding his speech, he also asked the youngsters to stay away from panparag, ganja, tobacco and other intoxicants. The youngsters should possess the attitude to involve creatively in the social issues, he said.

District panchayat president Presided over the function. Thrikkakara municipal chairman Shaji Vahzakkala was the chief guest.

District panchayat vice-president Bindu George, health standing committee chairman K K Soman, welfare standing committee chairman Valsa Kochu kunju, youth commission member Sujith Paul and district youth coordinator P A Sageer were also present at the event.

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