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JAMMU: Chairman Team Jammu, Zorawar Singh Jamwal on Thursday inaugurated ‘Chopra Stichers’-an interior decor-showroom at Marble Market, here.While interacting with gathering, Zorawar congratulated young Mohit Chopra and her better-halve Mehak Chopra for opening a joint venture that houses the variety, choice and rates affordable even by lower-middle and middle class families as well. He said that young Chopra couple has set an example of ‘Atam Nirbharta’ for many youth here in Jammu and Kashmir as both worked hard and started the work from zero level and now they have become a milestone in the interior decoration.“The way the unemployment has increased in manifolds in past seven months due to COVID-19, it is hard to believe that youth are fighting back and trying to become self-dependent, without government support,” said Zorawar and added, “Youth must not lose their patience and always try to utilize their energy in positive directions.”On the occasion, owner of ‘Chopra Stichers” Mohit and Mehak Chopra informed that they have established a house of curtain stitching and deals with stylish curtains, Jallers, Fancy Jallers along with graphic printing, wall paneling, false ceiling.They said that they have specifically focused on lower and upper middle class families and without compromising on quality of products, the rates too have been ensured affordable by cutting down the margin of profit.Among others present on the occasion include Vijay Chopra, Mona Chopra, Santosh Sharma and Advocate Munish Chopra.
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