Aizawl, Nov 22: Calling on fellow Mizos in the State to remember the brotherhood of kindred Mizo tribes living in different parts of the world, Lalsangzuala Ngente, President of Mizo Zirlai Pawl today said that he felt “The Mizo students today needs to know anew the brotherhood of the Zo descendants though living in different parts of the world”.
“MZP is eagerly looking forward to the time when Zo descendants living in different parts of the world would live under one administration”, he said.
Expressing concern over the large-scale spreading of the deadly diseases like AIDS among the youth in the State, Lalsangzuala Ngente said “There are many among the youth who contracted such diseases.”
“The students need to prevent themselves from contracting such deadly diseases”, he said.
“The students need to abstain from all that can disturb their studies”, the President of the largest students’ body in the State.
He also advised the students to study for the Mizo nation with Fear of God.
MZP President was addressing the unveiling of Mizoram Rural bank MZP Inter High School Quiz 2015 to be held during 25th November – 2nd December 2015 at Ignite Studio, Khatla here in Aizawl.
MZP-organisd Mizoram Rural Bank MZP Inter High School Quiz 2015 was unveiled today at I & PR Auditorium by K. Lalthawmmawia Director, School Education Department as Chief Guest. Fixture Draw was also held the same day.
Mizoram Rural Bank MZP Inter High School Quiz has been held since 2010 and this year’s is 6th edition. 24 schools would take part in it.
The competition will be telecasted at 8:00 PM on ZONET Cable Television.
Chief Guest at the unveiling function, K. Lalthawmmawia Director, School Education Department lauded MZP for organising a healthy competition for the students in the State.
Calling on the people in the State to work hard, “It is the people living inside it, their industriousness and sincerity that is most important to make Mizoram developed and a pleasant place to live in, whether or not it has rich natural resources”.
The Chief Guest also advised the students read good books for their guide to the right path of life and also asked to live an honest and clean life.