Mir inaugurates Aga Syed Hassan Mall
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Budgam, July 6: Asking the people to extend full support for maintaining peaceful atmosphere in valley, Minister for Agriculture, Ghulam Hassan Mir said that peaceful atmosphere has boosted confidence among the local investors to make investments in their inherited places.
Mir said investment in different viable sectors in J&K is the only solution to address the unemployment issue as well as it would help to strengthen the economy of the state.
The Minister said this while inaugurating the Aga Syed Hassan Mall at Budgam and Mirch-Masla Restaurant at Dhobiwan Tangmarg.
He said peace is pre-requisite for investors, adding that now people of the valley are very much aware that “if they have to compete with other parts of the world, they have to work collectively for maintaining peace in the state”.
Speaking on the occasion, Aga Sayed Hassan Ali Safvi said the objective of setting up of mall in district Budgam is to infuse spirit in economic activity in the area and provide employment opportunities to the local youth.
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