KL NEWS NETWORK
Nine days after three Lashkar gunmen stormed in Entrepreneurship Development Institute (EDI) in Sempora triggering a fierce gunfight, the institute is back to business—imparting training to the aspiring entrepreneurs.
On February 20, when the siege took over EDI, there were around 110 candidates from all over the valley receiving the training.
In an ensued 48-hr long gunfight, the institute was reduced to the smouldering rubble, making many believe that restart of activities at the institute will take some time now.
“But thanks to the dedication shown by the staff, we are back to business,” said Obaid Riyaz, Manager HR Training. “Of 110 students, 100 trainees are back for the training.” The training has been arranged in the hostel. “Everything was done on war-footing with a motive to keep the spirit of EDI alive.”