Aizawl: Chief ministerial candidate of Zoram People’s Movement (ZPM) Lalduhoma on Saturday said a state of the art youth centre would be established for the youths if the alliance comes to power after the state assembly election, which is due at the end of this year.
ZPM is an electoral alliance formed in August last year by seven regional parties comprisingZoram Nationalist Party (ZNP), Mizoram People’s Conference (MPC), Zoram ExodusMovement (ZEM), Zoram Decentralisation Front (ZDF), Zoram Reformation Front (ZRF), Mizoram People’s Party (MPP) and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP)
Addressing party workers meet at Ngopa village in Champhai district on Saturday, Lalduhoma, who was touring Lengteng assembly constituency in the district said the alliance would give priority to the development of youths through its hand-holding policy.
“We will establish well-equipped youth centre for the development of the youths through our hand holding policy if we come to power after the state assembly elections,” he said.
Emphasizing the need for the development of the present, the ZPM leader said they would give priority to capacity building programme, entrepreneurship and job counseling centre for the youths.
He said that six basic needs of Mizoram advocated by former Mizoram chief minister and veteran Mizoram People’s Conference (MPC) leader late Brig. Thenphunga Sailo would be implemented.
According to Lalduhoma, his government would take effort to become power surplus state by clubbing hydroelectric power and solar power.
He said that new system would be introduced and people’s government would be established if the ZPM is voted to power.
Lalduhoma further said that priority would be given to development of farmers.
He added that his government would purchase ginger and broomstick, the two most important cash crops in the state at Rs 50 and Rs 100 per kilogram respectively.