Srinagar, May 14, KNT: Jammu & Kashmir, Gujjar Bakerwal Youth Welfare Conference, activists in a Joint Statement issued today asked when the Govt is planning to to fullfiling the promise of advertising and filling the 50,000 Jobs .
JKGBYWC, State President, Zahid Parwaz Choudhary, Chief Advisor, team Choudhary Mushtaq Budgami, Fayaz Karnahi, Senior Vice President, Guftar Ahmed Choudhary, Vice President, Advocate Akram Choudhary, General Secretary, Secretary, Sadiq Choudhary, Province President, Kashmir, Ch Mustafa Rahie, Province President, Jammu, Yassir Terwah, Vice President, Taj Choudhary, Ch Abdullah Poswal, District President, Bandipura, Altaf Poswal, Arif Chouhan, Shagufta Sadiq, Social Media Incharge, Shouket Kalas, Manzoor Poswal in their Joint Statement accused the J&K, which has failed to fulfil the promise of providing the 50,000 Jobs which is leading to the suffering of youth who are becoming the victim of depression day by day.
At the time of abrogation of Article 370, lofty claims were made by PM Modi in order to end corruption, atrocities and violence in Jammu and Kashmir and thereby make way for industries, private investm ents and generation of employment opprtunities. However, eight months have passed since then with no progress on the promise to provide jobs to unemployed youth of J&K, the activists of Gujjar community said.
They slammed the Centre as Well UT Govt for failling to fulfill its 50,000 jobs that were promised by the Centre & State Govt.
They stated that youth are desperately waiting for the promised advertisement and that ill policies and criminal approach of J&K Govt. is infusing the pessimism, hopeless and anger among the youth day by day .
They while cautioning the Govt. said that lockdown has forced the youth to stay in their houses otherwise youth would have hit the roads & streets and the consequences would have been different .It is the lockdown which has made them defunct and this anger can be seen on social media where they can be seen expressing it. They thus strongly expressed their reservations against the government’s slack approach towards the future of the youth in the Union Territory of J&K.