Education, awareness must to eradicate social evils: Malik
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, June 28: Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Muhammad Yasin Malik on Tuesday said education and awareness were imperative to eradicate social evils from the society.
“I appeal all our brothers and sisters to get education and touch new scales of progress. Education only can lead us to freedom,” Malik said, addressing the students of a private college here.
“We cannot blame our sisters and daughters for the social evils. Men need reformation,” he said.
Malik said education of the youth particularly daughters was must for the progress and development. “If our youth are good and civilized, then we can accomplish the dream of progress,” he said.
Expressing concern over the social evils prevailing in the Kashmiri society, Malik said,
“We should compete with other countries in progress and development, but unfortunately we are following them in their negatives.”
The JKLF chairman said the dreams of Muslim youth as referred by Allama Iqbal have been shattered by the “consumption of drugs” by youngsters.
Referring to the role of youth in the ongoing movement, Malik said youngsters are the soul of any nation. “The blood of youngsters has infused new life into our movement,” Malik said.
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