“Collective effort needed to fight against drugs and other illegal means”
Anantnag, Sept 3: People are now mature enough to understand the political tactics played by previous regimes for their petty personal gains and hoodwinked them on one or other pretext and time has now come to change and choose better and young ones to get public aspirations represented well on all forums, addressing a workers meeting at Yasus Teelwani Senior Socio Political Leader Imran Shah said.
Shah appealed to youth to be part of the mainstream and participate in building a prosperous nation, free of violence and drugs. Lambasting those elements hell-bent to harm the ethical and traditional bonds of tranquillity and brotherhood of J&K, Shah said that it is all our collective responsibility and mostly of our religious bodies to come forward and unite the state against this drug menace and other illegalities in J&K to save the future from devastation.
Commenting on Supreme Court hearing on Article 370, Shah said that our emotions are attached with this and our identity is on stake after abrogation of this “Article 370.” hope that Supreme Court will come to the expectations of people of J&K and restore it back with glory and more powers to save cultural and ethnical identity of our state. He hoped that State hood would be restored soon and also people are given the choice to elect representation in the legislature of their own state as well.
Imran Shah said that the rising unemployment has increased alienation and distress among the young lot and the government needs to expedite the opportunities of employment on a fast-track basis with the process of transparency and fairness. He also urged to address the long pending issue of daily wagers, NYC’s , Contractual employees who are suffering from last more than decade to get their due but the administrative slumber too have added in their miseries.
In this occasion youth leader Fayaz Ah Tarrey, Imtiyaz peer, M Ayouib, sarpanch Manzoor Ah, Ab Hamid and Fayaz Ah were also present.
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