‘Safeguard JK’s natural resources for next generation’
Mir asks youth
Tangmarg, June 12: The Minister for Agriculture, Ghulam Hassan Mir on Sunday asked the youth to safeguard the Jammu and Kashmir’s abundant natural resources saying it would pave way for economic stability of the State.
Addressing a series of public meetings at Tangmarg, Chek Terain and Ferozpora here today, the Minister said JK has massive potential in tourism sector. He said that new destinations of across the State are being included in the tourism map.
“Government is developing environment friendly infrastructure. But we have to collectively work hard and the time is not far away when JK will attain economic stability. We have to safeguard the State’s interests and ensure that our resources could not utilized for others interest. I urge upon the youth to join the hands for safeguarding the interests and resources of the State,” the Minister said.
The Minister underscored the need to channelise the human resource in a positive direction. “If this happens, no one can become hurdle for us to make JK a progressive State. Youth are our valuable assets and it is our duty to show them path of development and prosperity,” he said.
Mir said the casual labour cultural destroys ability and motivation of youth. “It is our responsibility to utilize the ability and energy of youth for setting up those entrepreneurship units. Many scheme have already been launched by the Government and youth should take its benefit,” he said.
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