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Kashmiri youth optimistic about the future under upcoming governance
9/4/2019 11:17:18 PM
Early Times Report
SRINAGAR, Sep 4: The youth in the valley are felling optimistic about their future after proposed Union Territory Jammu and Kashmir was put forth after removing controversial Article 370, which used to provide special status to the residents of Jammu and Kashmir including separate flag.
Many youth who talked to Early Times are firm believers that many changes would be placed in the valley including providing jobs to the deserving candidates. The Governor Satya Pal Malik had last week stated that 50,000 jobs will be created and
Talking to Early Times, Majid, a resident of Srinagar said that the past government gave nothing to the people of Jammu of Kashmir. There was a lot of corruption during the past family rules which we saw. They used to recruit their own people and used to act as if nothing has happened.
He added, "We saw what happened in the last Jammu and Kashmir Bank recruitment, where questions were raised on that government. We now hope that under the governance which will come up sooner or later, the youth will rise and will do wonder for country.
Suhail, who lives on the outskirts of Srinagar, said that I was happy when I heard Governor Satya Pal Malik saying that more than 50,000 jobs will be created and the procedure will be completed within the three months. He understood really what Kashmir's needed, which is jobs and development.
He added, "We now hope that government starts the employment process and work for the development of the valley including the Jammu. We have been deprived of development from decades, and I think it is the right time to bring some changes in larger way as we will new governance hopefully.
Many educated youth believe it is the time that we will see new faces in the governance and in the assembly, which have been occupied by two families from last many decades.
We have been ruled by the two families from last more than 3 decades and we have been seeing same old faces again and again and they have been doing nothing. In future, we hope that new faces come forward who are young and will understand what youth wants, what nation wants, said Showket.
However, there are many youth, who believe that more needs to be done before coming to the conclusion. We know what the past government has done; we hope same is not done by the upcoming governance. We hope and we are optimistic about the future under the narrative of centers government.
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