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New Delhi: Politically active student group ‘Koshish’ today organized a seminar on ‘Youth India: Problems and Possibilities’ in Edward Said Hall of Jamia Milli Islamia with the cooperation of social organization ‘Ham Hindustani’ (We Indians). The aim of the seminar was to attract Indian youths to political arena by making them aware of political realities.

 

“Only youths are such a ray of hope in the country today who can be expected to play some significant role in transforming our system”, Rajya Sabha member from Congress Party said, “The trend of casteism rampant in regional parties is a danger sign for the country and countrymen need to ponder over it. Youths can work in this field.”

 

Journalist Anurag Natha said, “By widening their line of thought, youths of the country will have to fetch sincere politicians and build an honest platform besides continuing education. Only then we will succeed in our mission.” Another journalist Mukul Sarl said, “Education, health services and employment are not available because of which our youths are roaming on streets. Unless these problems are solved, how could our country’s future brighten?”

 

Social activist Ms. Sydeh Mubin Zohra said, “A wrong tradition that has seeped in politics is that all our everyday problems and issues evaporate during election period. Only country’s youths have the vigor to alter it. Therefore, they should participate in elections jontly.”

                                                           

 

 

 

 

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