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Rehabilitate unemployed youth by establishing Rehri Zone
8/18/2018 10:22:34 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Aug 18: Neeraj Gupta appealed to the Governor to rehabilitate the unemployed youth Rehari and Khoka union by establishing a Rehri Zone.
The Rehri and Khokha union of Narwal along with Neeraj Gupta Zonal President JKNPP held a massive protest against the drive of JDA under which the JDA has destructed the temporary structures and Rehris at Narwal.
They said that the un-employed youth of the J&K are frustrated as they have no door to knock to get rid of their grievances. They said that the JDA is involved in the conspiracy to increase the unemployment among the Jammuities so that they will attract to words the illegal acts and ultimately the goal of making the J&K state a disturbed state can be achieved. It is our humble request to the Governor to look into the matter seriously and help the un-employed youths so that they can earn their bread peacefully and legally. They appealed the Governor that if the Govt. shall not take the matter of their rehabilitation seriously they will further demonstrate against the Govt. along with their family members who were affected by the so called smart city drive of JDA.
The previous state BJP-PDP Govt. announced ex-gratia relief for militants, compensation and rehabilitation policy for the stone pelters, but no one in the Govt. has concern regarding the unemployed youths of the Jammu. They said that we are earning our livelihood in a peaceful and lawful manner, but the people who are talking of the skill development projects are actually trying to deprive of the innocent people from earning their livelihood without the help of the Govt. In spite of generating employment for the unemployed youths of Jammu the Govt. is making every arrangement to disturb the peace loving people of the Jammu who themselves discovered the source of income to earn their livelihood. The fresh incidence of drive of JDA in the Narwal is the worst example of manhandling of the innocent people. The JDA has destructed the Rehris and sheds of the people with the help of machines. During this drive of JDA the furniture and other things like tandoors, utensil tools etc. of the people were totally destructed. The people bear loss of property and their daily earnings. We are not against the beautification of our Jammu City, but not at the cost of its citizens, because no city can survive without its peace loving and patriotic citizens. We demand that the people should be compensated with the adequate relief and should be rehabilitated at a suitable place (Rehri Zone) with proper allotment of shops and Kiosk in their names so that they can earn their livelihood with honesty and dignity. He was accompanied by Joginder Singh, Sonu, Sunil Verma, Tejinder Singh, Pola Mistry Surat Lal, Sardar Sonu, Kewel Krishan and Kuldeep Singh.
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