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Munish asks youth to become torch bearers of nation
9/17/2019 10:10:32 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Sept 17: Editor, Early Times, Munish Gupta on Tuesday asked youth to become the torch bearers of the nation.
Carrying forward his mass contact programme in old Satwari Jammu Cantt., Munish said, "Youth are the strength of any nation as they are the ones who are capable of changing the destinies of their people."
"It is a known fact that youth from Jammu region have not got what they deserved and no one has tried to put them on the right path. The growing unemployment in Jammu region is an ample proof about youth being ignored by the successive regimes," said Munish, who would be contesting the forthcoming assembly elections as an independent candidate from Gandhi Nagar Constituency.
Munish said that since the day he has started his outreach programme youth have been leading from the front.
"I thank all the young men for reposing their faith in me and believing in my endeavour. I assure my young friends if I make it to the legislature, I will ensure that they get enough opportunities to showcase their talent and build their careers," he added.
Munish urged youth to become his strength so that he can challenge the hegemony of the leaders, who have "failed to deliver" during the past seventy years.
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