Safeguard future of youth: Mir
Appeals separatists to come forward for prosperity of future generation
Tapper (Pattan), Oct 31: Minister for Agriculture Ghulam Hassan Mir Monday called upon all the shades of opinion to re-strategies their policies for securing the future of young generation as the two decades turmoil gave us death and destruction.
Addressing a public gathering here Mir said that still in 21st century, ‘we were crying for basic amenities in our areas.”
“If the separatists had not chosen the path of violence for achieving their goals, J&K would have far ahead with regard to development, education, health and other social sectors from other states of the country,” Mir said.
He said that uncertainty had marred “our progress” and said that present coalition government was making all efforts to cover this gap by initiating mega projects in all sectors.
The minister appealed the separatists to come forward and choose the path of prosperity for the sake of future generation. He said that youth of the state had enormous potential but due to uncertainty they could not prove their worth.
“If we could not provide them a space for their nourishment, the time couldn’t forgive us,” he added.
Hailing the efforts of central government for rebuilding the infrastructure in J&K, Mir said that with the liberal funding from the Centre government, the state is marching towards progress new heights in the fields of education, health, road communication, power, PHE and irrigation facilities and other sectors.
Asking the youth to prepare themselves for future responsibility, Mir asked them to attain knowledge in every sphere of life so that we are able to compete at national and international levels.
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