Lowangdong urges youths to stay away from addictive substances

BORDURIA, Jun 24: MLA W Lowangdong has called upon the youths of the 57th Borduria- Bogapani constituency to be strong enough to resist negative influences and stay away from all the addictive substances that weaken the youths.
Lowangdong was addressing the delegates from 14 villages of his constituency in a valedictory function of the first ever ‘Borduria- Bogapani Constituency Youth Conference cum Orientation & Awareness Programme’, at the Late Towang Lowangdong Community Hall here on Saturday.
Stating that 65 percent of India’s population consists of the youths, Lowangdong said “youths are the assets of the society and back bone of the nation. Youths must be mentally strong, physically bold and spiritually high”.
Referring to the information technology, Lowangdong also cautioned the youths not to misuse internet facilities. He urged the youths to take up social responsibilities and use their leisure time in productive ways instead of going after addictive substances which are harmful for the society.
He also announced that he would sponsor two interested candidates for the UPSCE from 57th Borduria- Bogapani constituency and one candidate from Tirap.
The MLA also gave away the prizes to the winners of group dance competition and essay writing.
ADC T Aran also called on the youth to cultivate a positive attitude, build self-confidence and learn the art of self discipline.
Resource persons and Borduria CO Lim Modi spoke on how to prepare for APCSE, while RGU Professor Dr Wanglit Mongchan gave career counselling and spoke on youth and education. Christ King School Principal Reverend Father Joseph spoke on youth empowerment and youth education.