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JAMMU: Chairman Team Jammu, Zorawar Singh Jamwal on Sunday inaugurated Pitspot-87 Ceat Shoppe here at Shanti Complex Akhnoor Road.
“It is nice to see that young entrepreneurs like two brothers Varun Saraf and Tarun Saraf are coming up with such nice initiatives. Competition in any shape is healthy and when young generation comes up with such projects the competition becomes healthier,” said Chairman Team Jammu Zorawar Singh Jamwal and congratulated both brothers who have become role model for other youth of Jammu region.
Taking a dig at government, Jamwal said that unemployment is the biggest challenge and successive governments have done nothing to provide employment to youth of Jammu province. Educated youth from Jammu and Kashmir are now moving to other states and countries as state government has utterly failed to provide job opportunities to these youth.
Reiterating his stand for drug free Jammu Province, Chairman Team Jammu, Zorawar Singh Jamwal appreciated all budding entrepreneurs and said, “If we want a drug free society youth should indulge in creating avenues that makes them job providers rather than job seekers”.
Varun Saraf and Tarun Saraf, proprietors Pitspot-87 Ceat Shoppe said that it was their keen interest in becoming self-dependent that finally made them to start this venture.
They said that Pitspot-87 Ceat Shoppe shall be providing its customers best in class sale and service. It is an exclusive Ceat Shoppe with facilities like wheel balancing, alignment, tyre nitrogen, automatic tyre changers and full range of wheel alloys.
General Manager, Ceat, North-1, Saket Khair, Regional Manager, Rajpal Chadha, Gourav Sirohi, Sunder Dass, Saraf, Rajkumar Saraf, Sunila Saraf, Tanya Saraf, Abhineet Pandoh, Mohit Kohli and Mamta Kohli were also present.
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