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Youth extend support to Apni Party, says Manjit Singh
4/16/2024 10:04:21 PM
Early Times Report
SAMBA, Apr 16: Apni Party Provincial President, Jammu, and Former Minister, S. Manjit Singh today said that the youth have extended their support to the Apni Party because of its progressive policy to bring peace and prosperity in Jammu and Kashmir.
The Former Minister was speaking at a joining program which was organized by Block President Youth Wing of the Party at Bari Brahmana Irshan Choudhary in which two dozen youth joined the Party.
While welcoming the new entrants into the Party fold, he hoped that their joining would strengthen the Party at the grass root level and would encourage others to join the Party.
He said that the youth have joined the Party expressing their faith in the leadership of Syed Mohammed Altaf Bukhari.
"The Party has gained support from the youth because the Party leadership believes in telling the truth to the people without dividing people on regional or religious lines," he stated.
He further said that the traditional political parties however exploited the youth as vote banks, and did nothing for generating source of income, employment or self-employment with lack of support from the authorities to provide easy funds to start their business or to open a shop or industrial unit.
"The aspiring youth are often told to arrange funds by themselves by helping with a minimum amount after completing multiple formalities. These formalities are so complex that the aspiring youth who want to start business changes their heart after looking at the complicated procedure of loan, and other formalities," he said.
He said that the Party believes that the loan amount that is sanctioned to start any kind of business shall be enhanced up to Rs 1 crore per individual and the formalities that were demanded by the banks to release the funds should be minimum.
He said that the Party believes that everyone cannot be provided a Govt job in Jammu and Kashmir. However, the Govt can help the unemployed youth with the funds, and proper training and arranging visits to the already functional industrial units across the country. Innovative approach is required to encourage youth towards the business, and industrial units, he added.
He further said that "The youth are impressed with the Party's policy and agenda of equitable development, and they have pinned hopes with the Party and its leadership."
He demanded statehood should be restored before the holding of assembly elections so that the confidence of the people in both the regions could be restored.
Meanwhile, he also discussed developmental and drug addiction related issues with the people at Mean Sarkar in Bari Brahmana and expressed gratitude to the people for extending support to the Party.
The meeting cum joining program was also attended by District President, Youth Wing, Samba, Mangat Ram, and others.
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