People in J&K don’t expect moon but concerned for basic fundamental amenities
Addressing a conference on the theme “lead from uncertainty to certainty” organized by National Human Resource Development Net Work in collaboration with Harward Business School at Nehru Centre at Mumbai, Omar said that the people of Jammu and Kashmir want us to deliver. “
“If their children go to school, they should have a teacher, if they visit a health centre, they should have a doctor a nurse and medicare facility, when they switch on the bulb there should be light, when they turn on the tapes the water should run and when they travel on roads these should be befitting”, he said adding that these are the main fundamentals for my people and I am here to talk about this aspect instead of discussing global uncertainty. “Just day-to-day living is an uncertainty for us in J&K and our endeavor is to remove this once for all”, he added.
Omar “we look at Mumbai with a lot of hope and admiration. The city shows a sprit we want to imbibe and march ahead towards the destination of permanent peace and progress. The sprit to get up and start all over without fearing are getting defeated.
Omar said for far too long
“I have not come with a begging bowl. I am mentioning this as food for thought. I am here hoping some of you may come and invest. The investors in the past have come because of only special economic package. In 9 out of 10 cases, they move in, move out and the commitment is lost. Your commitment will help me and my colleagues remove traces of uncertainty. We can move towards a certain future. It is not just something that benefits the people of
Omar said “recently I had the opportunity to retrace the steps of Mughal empire who traveled from the plains into
The Political Advisor to Chief Minister, Davinder Singh Rana, Business leader like Anand Mehandra, Vice Chairman and MD of Mehandra and Mehandra, thought leaders like Dr. Prasad Kaipa, eminent historians, Dr. R. C. Guha, deans of IIM, Kolkatta and
The participants gave standing ovation to the Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah when he entered the conference hall. They extended their full support to the endeavours of Chief Minister for putting the State on road to development and progress.
In another function at Mumbai,Addressing the Mumbai conference of Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO) at
“Young Industrialists should take lead in venturing in
Omar said there has been lot of improvement in the situation in
“Our tourism and power generation sectors are most promising. Our educated young people are outstanding, intelligent and innovative, while unskilled force hardworking”, he said, adding that the presence of talented J&K youth in any establishment and venture promises its success.
Omar said present age is the age of youth and their role has been globally recognized imperative for socio-economic change and all round betterment of the society. The State Government, while focusing on human resource development, also lays stress on upgradation of employability by strengthening and renovating education sector.
“We are encouraging and nurturing small, micro and medium entrepreneurship (SMME) sector in the State in a big way to achieve the twin objectives of economic growth and job opportunities for young people”, he said asking YPO to extend their support to the State in this endeavour. He assured hundred percent help from the Government in this regard.
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