KL NEWS NETWORK
Independent MLA from Langate, Er Rasheed Sunday alleged that Kashmiris are not being allowed to travel abroad in search of better job opportunities.
This is happening, Rasheed said, when India’s private and public sector institutions have been made a “no entry zone” for Kashmiris.
Rasheed was addressing a function at Town Hall Kulgam, where he asked youth to come forward and play their role in changing the political uncertainty and “hegemony of few families” on the political spectrum of state.
“Successive governments and political parties have left no stone unturned in exploiting the sentiments of youth especially in the name of creating jobs, without having any vision in their minds,” Rasheed said.
But once these parties get power, their priorities do get changed, Rasheed said. “It is high time for the youth to come forward and play a crucial role in shaping a political struggle for the resolution of Kashmir and also force political parties to deliver over the issues pertaining to governance and other promises.”