The Power of Youth
Youth is a core of any nation. No doubt, young blood possesses more energy to contribute to the development of the nation. From past we have many examples where the youth had played a well-defined role, Pakistan movement is the most appropriate event to recall the contribution of youth in the foundation of Pakistan.
Currently, Pakistan has 60 percent of young population moreover in 2050 Pakistan will be having youth bulge(number of young people than agaed), according to National development report every fourth Pakistani today is between the age of 10-19, elaborates that youth has a critical role. In light of this description, it is evident that our youth can have significant power to work for the betterment of the state.
Likewise, in this era of economic progress in auspices of CPEC and prophecy of the forthcoming future young population will have more opportunities. Basically, youth is a pillar of the nation which supports structure of nation-building.
Nevertheless, instead of promoting the positive image of a country , young brood is more involved in exploiting social media advantages. On a daily bases, many people waste important time using social media without doing anything fruitful. Truly, in this era of technology or advancement, no one can stay away from technology but it will be more good if our youth will realize the importance of their time and spend their time in exploring new avenues for future.
It is also an acknowledgeable fact that many intelligent members of our generation have gained international recognition in sports, writing, arts, literature and so on. Many popular names include Malala you Suzie and Laraib Esakhail.
In short, we can say that youth is a potential of Pakistan to make the name of their state at international level. Truth is that youth have to realize the severity of time and must stand up to contribute to the well-being of the nation. Lastly, just criticizing and making the mockery of state institutions will not be leading nation anywhere it is just power of action which will sail our boat across.
Nagina Hashim is the Intern at STUDENT’INN SOLUTIONS, She has done BS in International relations from International Islamic University, Islamabad. She contributed as Content Writer. Her area of interest is International Affairs. Views expressed in this article are entirely her personal and does not reflect the policy of MainHOONPakistan.