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Fulfill promise by filling 50,000 posts in J&K: Congress
9/22/2019 9:44:13 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Sept 22: Former Minister Mula Ram urged upon the Governor to fill the 50,000 posts in the Jammu and Kashmir State announced by him so that the unemployment crisis faced by the youth would be resolved.
Addressing a public meeting held here on Sunday at Raipur Domana Assembly segment organised by Hari Singh Chib, President DCC Rural, the former minister said that youth is affected by the rising unemployment in Jammu and Kashmir. He accused the previous regime of BJP for its failure to provide jobs to the educated youth. He alleged that the alliance government had "shamelessly" promoted corruption and nepotism in the state.
Hari Singh Chib, in his address, lashed out at BJP and said that as result of BJPs decisive politics, the clouds of uncertainty were hovering over the skies across the India where unemployed youths are battling hard to get jobs while at the same time; the farmers are struggling hard to get suitable price to their crops as a result of which many farmers across the India feels cheated as BJP fails to fulfill its promises with regards to farmers loan waivers. He appealed to the Governor to give more than 20 per cent of prices to the farmers for paddy so that they would not feel any inconvenience.
Uday Chib, President J&K Pradesh Youth Congress said that the youth who terms to be the 'Nation Builder' are presently on roads due to the hollow policies of the BJP led government at the Centre. Chib promised to empower the youth in the State so as to take J&K on the path of growth and development. He also rued over the dilapidated condition of Janipur -Garota Road in which the commuters have been facing problems besides posing risk for lives of commuters.
He also urged the Governor to give directions to the concerned authorities for immediately blacktopping of roads falling under the Raipur Domana Assembly segment.
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