Aizawl, Oct 27:Mizo Zirlai Pawl (MZP) president Lalsangzuala Ngente today said the student body would give priority to Zo-reunification by extending solidarity to all zo descendants who live in different parts of the world.
Mizo Zirlai Pawl (MZP), the largest student bodies in the state today celebrated Students’ Day at I&PR Auditorium which was graced by Parliamentary Secretary KS. Thanga as chief guest.
Attended by host of students in the capital the celebration was chaired by General Secretary L.Ramdinliana Renthlei in which the newly elected MZP president Lalsangzuala Ngente made its maiden public speech.
Addressing the celebration, chief guest KS. Thanga said that the education system of a peace bonus accorded state Mizoram should be modified and hence improved.
He urged the student to make up their mind to compete with students in other parts of the country and to prepare themselves for exposure in foreign lands.
While urging the students to strive for transformation of Mizoram, KS Thanga said that every individual has the potentiality to transform and bring Mizoram a good state.
The newly elected MZP president Lalsangzuala Ngente in his maiden speech said that MZP as a student body has been working for the welfare of the students since its inception. “Due to the initiative taken by former MZP leaders important institutions like Mizoram University, NIT and several other Institutions came into established in the state”, he said.
The president added that the student body would not discriminate students who came from other states to study in Mizoram. “MZP would take initiative and pursue relentless effort to make the students (outsiders) live and study under peaceful environment”, he added.
Citing Zo-reunification as the priority of MZP, Sangzuala said the student body will take measure towards integrating Zo brothers in other parts of the country and would extend solidarity to Zo descendents in Manipur and Tripur on their suffering.