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Apni Party urges Govt to fast track recruitment process in J&K


JAMMU: Apni Party has appealed to Govt to fast track recruitment process in Jammu & Kashmir. While speaking at an impressive function at Apni Party office in Gandhi Nagar, where many youth joined Apni Party, Vijay Bakaya General Secretary Apni Party expressed satisfaction that so many youth and college-going youth had come forward to show interest in pragmatic policies of Apni Party. While addressing gathering, he said that youth had a vital role to play in helping Apni Party to take people of UT towards a stable peaceful and prosperous future. Urging Govt to initiate fast track recruitment, he requested for taking care of aspirations of youth engaged on temporary basis with no guarantee of a secure future like Rehbar-e-Khel.
On the occasion, 70 youth joined Apni Party expressing faith in the policies and agenda of party. Eminent among those who joined Apni Party included Prabhjot Singh, Jagran Deep Singh, Vijay Sharma, Sumit Singh, Gurpreet Singh, Amrit Pal Singh and Balwinder Singh. The programme was organised by Gourav Kapoor and Shivam Choudhary.
Provincial President, Women Wing, Namrta Sharma highlighted concerns of educated women in J&K and targeted BJP for its failure in fulfilling promises made with people. “They used youth as vote bank in elections and then abandoned them. The hopelessness among youth has increased with withdrawal of posts advertised for recruitments,” she added.
Provincial President Manjit Singh, Vice Provincial President, Syed Asgar Ali and Shoaib Lone, District President, Baramulla also spoke on the occasion. Others present during the joining function included Vajinder Dutta, Aijaz Kazmi, Abhay Bakaya, Media Coordinator Raqeeq Ahmed Khan, Ashraf Choudhary, Gohar Wani, JP Singh, Dalbir Singh, Vishal Zutshi, Vaibhav Mattoo, Jogdiner Singh, Vipan Bali, Farooq Choudhary and Jagmeet Singh Bali.



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