LAHORE - Nazaria Pakistan Trust Vice-Chairman Prof Dr Rafique Ahmad has said the talent of youth should be properly utilised to secure the future of country. He said this while addressing the students at Aiwan-e-Karkunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan on Saturday. The students of School of Technical Sciences Kohawa Lahore and Prime Islamic School Hafizabad on a study tour visited Aiwan and they saw the unique pictures and scenes of Pakistan Movement at Gallery. Dr Rafique said that the country was gifted with rich natural resources and talented youth but the gifts had not been utilized properly by the rulers since the creation of Pakistan. Begum Mehnaz Rafi and Dr MA Soofi also addressed the students. Meanwhile, Mobile Ideological Units 1 led by Prof Saeed Shaikh visited Government Apprentices Training Centre Town Ship. The head of the centre Ghulam Serwar Khan addressed the ceremony. Mobile Units 2 and 3 led by Abdus Salam and Nadeem Raza visited Government Muslim Model High School Urdu Bazar and Government Girls High School Hanjarwal respectively. The ceremonies were addressed by Muhammad Boota and Riffat Batool. The students were awarded prizes in quiz competition and over correct recitation of Allama Iqbals verses. Sets of books were given to schools libraries.