NIRJULI, The Hakum youth association (HYA) during its 1st foundation day celebration has resolved to work for protection of the environment and forest, keeping the area clean and green. Help the needy people during the emergency.
Addressing the 1st foundation day celebration day, All Arunachal Pradesh students union (AAPSU) Spokesperson Tadar Takiang said that now the burden of future lies on the shoulders of today’s youths who will be our future. It is a matter of fact that several youths are indulging in drug addiction which is a serious blow on the health which is also damaging the health of the future. He said.
It is a happy moment that several youth organisations are coming up for the welfare of youth and urge upon to work with dedication and become committed citizens. He also appeals to the youths who are educated to search for several opportunities for self employment and economic sustainability to serve the family, community and society.
Terming. ‘ Charity begins from home’ and says that every beginning starts from zero and we shall start a humble beginning to fight against drugs, obey traffic in the city, protection and preservation of forest and wildlife and others.
All Arunachal Pradesh Labour Union (AAPLU) President Dana Tadu attending the function as guest of honour said, everyone has a role to play and we are a responsible person of the state and we as a simple man has to be committed toward our family, our action is our identify so we need to right action in right direction so as to maintain the direction of life for a happy living in community, society.
He requested the youth organisation to maintain dignity and not hesitate to work any kind of work to earn for the family, we should learn to help others and needy people to earn name and fame. Tadu added.
HYA President Ha Tatu (jr), General Secretary Bamang Pim Nanu among other local leaders of the area addressed the gathering.
Sporting activities were kicked off on the occasion, the two days’ celebration witnessed several literary and sporting activities among the local youths of the area.