The alarmingly growing wave of indiscipline and moral degradation in our youth especially teenagers is shocking. Not only they are addicted to smoking but they find peace and tranquility in consuming liquors and other hallucinating drugs. There was a time when a student would stand in discipline and humility before a teacher. He would give full respect to his teacher. Now the cases of a student heckling a teacher are not uncommon.
Who is to blame—teachers, parents or they? I guess all. If teachers have failed to act as role models; students are equally to be blamed for their non-seriousness and bad manners. Parents know only one investment and that is money. Unfortunately, they have no time for enforcing moral policing. We all have a responsibility which we must shoulder to save our families from moral crisis.
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