Keep away from drugs: Malik to youth
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Srinagar, Apr 27: Chairman of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front Muhammad Yasin Malik on Wednesday urged youth to keep away from drugs and narcotics.
“The future of a nation hinges on its youth. Healthy and strong youth alone can guarantee a healthy and strong nation. If youth are physically weak and intellectually poor the future of the nation is sure to be dark and uncertain. If this generation can protect and safeguard the religious, spiritual and moral values, it can usher us in an era of progress and prosperity,” Malik said while addressing students here.
Malik urged all the youth especially students to keep away from narcotics, drugs and other bad habits. “Escapism is the fallout of despondency and pessimism. Those who have the courage and resolve to face every challenge in their life will never take recourse to escapism. They become successful in every filed of life. But weak minded and timid people always try to take escaping route while finding themselves in hard and challenging situations,” he said.
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