Weak Employment policy is the cause behind unsettled youth of Jammu and Kashmir: Sat Sharma

Jammu: In an impressive program held at Ward Number 41 of Talab Tillo area in Jammu West Assembly segment, scores of youth hailing from the area including former Congress youth activists joined Bharatiya Janata Party and pledged their unconditional support to work for BJP in the upcoming Assembly polls. The new entrants were welcomed into the party fold by BJP Jammu West Assembly candidate Sat Sharma (CA) and other leaders of the party.

The program was organized by District BJYM Jammu West team under the leadership of District President Ajay Vaid.

Addressing the gathering, Sat Sharma (CA) said that BJP has always supported the youth of this nation and the youth hailing from the State of Jammu and Kashmir is not separate from that. Taking a dig at the State government, he said that lakhs of youth residing in Jammu and Kashmir who hold professional degrees and diplomas are still facing the crisis of unemployment and till date no proper employment policy has been crafted by the State Government to settle the youth of Jammu and Kashmir. He also asked the youth entrants to promote Mission 44+ of BJP in every nook and corner of the Constituency so that the masses could understand the development Mantra of BJP for Jammu and Kashmir.

Ajay Vaid thanked Senior BJP leader and Jammu West candidate of the party for encouraging the youth present and also assured him of winning Jammu West seat by huge margin.

State Secretary BJP Munish Sharma, Mandal President Talab Tillo Ayodhya Gupta, State Convenor of Hospitality and Protocol Cell Subash Gupta, State Vice President BJYM Karan Sharma, District Vice President Sanjay Baru also spoke on the occasion.

Keshav Chopra, Vishvadeep Sharma, Pradeep Sharma, Puneet Mahajan, Vishal Gupta, Vivek Gupta, Akhil Gupta were also present.

Former Congress Block President Bhubesh Sharma, Lalit Jain, Rajeev Sharma, Ashish, Nitin Sharma, Janmeet, Sagar, Akshay, Ujjwal, Kamal, Pankaj, Vikas, Sunny and others joined BJP in the programme.


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