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Youth demands reservation of Jobs for unemployed
8/25/2019 10:36:49 PM
Early Times Report
Kishtwar, Aug 25: A meeting of unemployed youths of District Kishtwar was held today under the chairmanship of Joginder Bhandari in the meeting various demands related to the reservation of jobs to unemployed youths in State, central government departments as well as in private sectors.
The youth leaders in their speeches demanded job reservation for unemployed youths in State, central government departments as well as in private organisations.
They have also demanded 80% employment to local unemployed youths of District Kishtwar in Pakal dul , Keru and kawar hydroelectric projects besides 30% reservation in jobs in Chenab Valley Power projects (CVPP) as all the three hydroelectric projects are being executed in the District with the generating capacity of 2164 MW.
The youth leader Joginder Bhandari while speaking on the occasion demanded resumption of work on Rattle hydroelectric project (850 MW) which was abandoned in the year 2014 as a result of which 493 workers were retrenched. It may be recalled that the Rattle hydroelectric project was awarded to a Hyderabad based company M/s GVK on Build, Own, Operate and Transfer (BOOT) bases for a period of 35 years but due to the interference of some goons of a particular political party and consequently the client GVK left the work half way.
He has also demanded starting of work on Keru, Kawar, Karthi, Burser and Dul hasti stage II hydroelectric projects so that the avenues of employment could be generated for the unemployed youths of the state and the government of India should focus on these hydroelectric projects so that maximum unemployed youths of the state could be absorbed to some extent.
Bhandari has urged upon the Prime Minister to invite top medician industrialists to establish their medican industries in District Kishtwar as there are large scale of harbal plants and Minor Forest Products (MFP) available in Chenab Valley so that the unemployed youths of the area could get employment opportunities.
He has also urged the Prime Minister to open professional colleges like engineering and medical so that the students of Chenab Valley could seek their admissions as every year more than 3000 students from the Chenab seeks admissions in various professional colleges out side the state and students from outside the state could also seek admissions in these colleges for PMSS quota should be made also available for materious students. Bhandari further demanded opening of Medical college so that best medical facilities could be given to the patients.
Those attended the meeting includes Gh Hussain Gainie,Sardar Satpal Singh, Jaffar Butt, Farooq Lone, Akhter Hussain Sheikh, Rajinder Singh Shan, Shanker Singh Wazir, Ranjit Sharma, Surjeet Singh Badyal, Sanjay Bhagat, Suhail Mir, Ubid Mir, Mohd Ashraf, Tariq Patri, Bharat Bushan Wazir, Asgar Ali, Saleem Salman Mir, Roshan Lal Shan etc.
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