Get involved in developmental activities : G H Mir to youth
Pattan (Baramulla) Apr 22: Agriculture Minister and President of Democratic Party Nationalist (DPN) Ghulam Hassan Mir on Sunday stressed upon the youth to contribute in socio-economic development of the state by involving themselves in developmental activities launched by the government.
“The agenda of DPN is to provide a platform to younger generation in every sphere of life for channelizing their hidden potential in right direction for the nation building,” Mir said while addressing a gathering here in north Kashmir.
He said he worked round the clock to find the openings for the youth in which they would excel their talent in a big way during last three years of present coalition government. “Kashmiri youth have enormous potential. They should mobilize their energy for peace and development of the JK as the destiny of the state is in their hand.”
He said during two decades long turmoil, the youth of the state had become the first casualty adding that with their sincere efforts the dark days of the Valley have ended.
“Our youth have now realized that violence give us death and destruction,” he said.
Mir asked them to forget the past and come forward as future belongs to them.
He urged them to work hard for attaining quality education as it is the basic pillar to reach at the top of the world.
Mir said the youth would play a greater role in eradicating the menace of corruption and asked them to provide cooperation to the government to get rid the society from this menace. He said that this is the biggest threat “for our existence” adding that we have to act collectively to make our society free from it.
Asking the people to get the benefit of Right to information Act , the DPN president said that government introduced this act to bring transparency in the governance.
He said that people have to come forward for use this opportunity in right perspective and adding that it would help to clean the system. He said with the cooperation of the people the government would succeed in fulfilling their aspirations.
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