Providing employment Govt’s priority: Altaf
Kangan, Nov 26: The Forest Minister Mian Altaf on Friday said that providing employment to the educated unemployed youth tops the government’s agenda.
“Providing employment to the youth is our first priority,” Altaf said while addressing a gathering at Kachnumbal here.
He said that various schemes were on the anvil and the work on these schemes would be started soon.
The Minister said the government was committed to provide free education to the children, adequate drinking water, better road connectivity, adequate electricity to the consumers and in this connection a number of steps have already been taken and hoped the results would percolate down to the people soon.
The Minister said that a number of educated youth have already been absorbed in many sectors like Police, RT, SSA and other fields.
Earlier, the Forest Minister laid foundation stone of 9.48 km long Kachnumbal-Chattergul road at the cost of Rs. 8.27 crore. The road would connect four habitations of Arigoripora, Gudiari, Chattergul and Chattergul Bala and 5441 souls will be benefited, an official spokesman said.
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