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Advertise all vacant posts in Govt deptts: Apni Party urges Govt
9/25/2020 11:15:32 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Sept 25: Apni Party demands advertisement of all the vacant posts for recruitment in view of growing anger among youth due to increase in unemployment graph.
The demand was highlighted during the joining of over a dozen youth today joined the Apni Party here at Gandhi Nagar office.
According to the press statement, the joining of the youth was facilitated by Sushil Panday (Vicky) in the leadership of Gourav Kapoor in presence of senior Party leaders.
Provincial President and Former Minister Manjit Singh and Ex-MLA Yawar Mir welcomed the youth belonging to different professional fields like doctors, engineers in the Party.
Welcoming the youth into the Party, Manjit Singh said that the youth are the backbone of the country and their joining has strengthened the party. He said that the Government should fast track the recruitment of vacant posts in Jammu and Kashmir in order to provide employment to the educated unemployed youth.
Meanwhile, Ex-MLA Yawar Mir also raised issues of youth and demanded that the Government should disclose the vacant posts in different Government Departments.
“The youth are frustrated and there is dearth of employment opportunities because very selected posts were advertised against the requirement in different departments,” said Mir.
After welcoming the youth into the Party, Apni Party leader Gourav Kapoor said that the youth are the strength of the country and they should not disappoint.
“Apni Party will work for them. It was the efforts of the Apni Party’s President Syed Mohammed Altaf Bukhari that 15 years minimum criteria were set by the Government to grant domiciles. Our jobs were protected because of the timely intervention of Altaf Bukhari,” he reminded.
Kapoor assured the youth who joined the Party that they will work for their better future in J&K. Prominent among those who joined the party through Panday included Inderpreet Singh, Nipun Mahajan, Arun Tikku, Simranjeet Singh, Ishmeet Singh, Sunil, Vijay Verma, Rohit Sharma, Vickas, Arun. Meanwhile, Ex-MLA Faqir Nath, Bodh Raj Bhagat, Madan Lal Chalotra, Aijaz Kazmi, Vajinder Dutta, Shabir Kohli, Abhay Bakaya, Yasir Choudhary, Raqeeq Ahmed Khan were among those who were present on the occasion.
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