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JAMMU: Janata Dai United (JDU), J&K, urged Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, who is visiting J&K on May 19, to announce some special package for the people of the State in general and youth in particular.
Briefing media persons here on Thursday, State President of Janata Dal United (JDU), G.M Shah said that after the death of Burhan Wani there is volatility in the State due to the ill-conceived and confused policies of the unholy alliance of the PDP and BJP.
“The youth of the state are facing enormous problems due to unemployment in the State,” he said, adding that the Prime Minister should announce adequate package for J&K so that concrete measures should be taken to address the alienation especially among the youth.
Reacting over the Chief Ministers’ proposal of “unilateral ceasefire” during the Ramzan, Shaheen termed it as a bluff and said that no consensus on the issue of a unilateral ceasefire took place during the All Party Meeting held at Srinagar. He said that such type of proposal will bring no results on ground.
Shaheen asserted that in the coming days Janata Dal United will lead a delegation to meet the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi in New Delhi and discuss him with present situation of the J&K.
Expressing concern over the sufferings of people of Jammu region, Shaheen said that there is no accountability of the hardships being faced by the people related to the basic amenities.
Earlier, Shaheen inaugurated the Party Office at Gujjar Basti, Gali No 5, Belicharana near Fourth Tawi Bridge, Jammu. Among those who were present in the press conference include Ghulam Nabi Dar, Senior Vice President, Yashpal Sharma, District President Mukash Gupta, Ali Akbar and Ashok Sharma.
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