Visits Of Union Ministers Non-Productive And Flop Show Like B2V Programme: Sadhotra

SRINAGAR: Visits of Union Ministers has proved non-productive and flop show like B2V programme said  Ajay Kumar Sadhotra Former Minister and Senior Leader Jammu and Kashmir National Conference while inaugurating Trikuta Institute at BURJ for youth for undergoing training for recruitment in Army, Para Military and Police as constables and Officers.

In a statement, Sadhotra said that it is first of its kind in the Border & Rural area of Marh Assembly Constituency. He appreciated the efforts of Amit an Ex-serviceman for opening it and wish him all success.

“Fast rise in unemployment in the Country, especially in Marh, is a matter of grave concern. It has frustrated, disgusted and disappointed the youth,” he said.

“BJP Govt instead of concentrating on creating more and more employment avenues it is busy in milling hollow slogans to exploit the youth and doing wasteful expenditure by wasting state ex-chequer on visits of Union Ministers and programmes like B2V,” Sadhotra said.

“It is unfortunate the govt offices has a desert look as employees/ officers were busy with making the arrangements for the visit of Union Ministers and the common man was forced to face difficulties to get their day to day problems solved,” he said.

He further added that the BJP’s hollow slogans of 2 crore per year employment to youth in the country then 50000 employment in J&K and now 80% of employment in five years by present Lt Governor has proved all Jumlas like 15 lakh to every individual.

National Conference leader asserted that Jammu and Kashmir is a sensitive border part of the country that it cannot afford Jumlas.

“BJP Govt should come out with comprehensive employment policy. Employment package with the recruitment on war footing to win over the frustrated, disgusted & disappointed youth due to fast rise in unemployment,” Sadhotra said.

Former Minister asked the BJP Govt not to waste state Ex-Chequer on programmes like Union Minister Visits or B2V. It is creating a negative effect on the common man.

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