Youth can bring State out of miseries: PCC chief

PCC chief GA Mir addressing Youth Congress convention in Dooru on Wednesday.
PCC chief GA Mir addressing Youth Congress convention in Dooru on Wednesday.

Excelsior Correspondent

SRINAGAR, Jan 30: Former Minister and Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) president, G A Mir has said that youth can bring J&K State out of the state of miseries by rendering their contribution.
Addressing a day long youth convention and first time voters of Dooru Verinag, the J&K Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) president said that youth hold the key to progress and development while having the ability to bring the State out of morass and uncertainty.
He also apprised the first time voters present in the convention about the power of their vote and emphasized them to gear up for a big change, as that, their vote can bring a better change in the society, which is the need of the time.
Mir appealed the young brigade to come forward for a better change in the State, as the J&K has suffered enormously on every count due to the political exploitation. He said the State needs the services of young generation, very badly, to ensure overall development and progress in all the three regions, as the youth can bring out State from miseries.
He said Congress is duty bound to empower every section of the State equally especially the youth, who hold the key to development and can change the direction, for which they (Youth) need to rise to the occasion to show the power of their vote in the upcoming elections.
“ I would urge the youth not only of this Assembly segment (Dooru) but the youth in all the three regions to remain steadfast to serve the people to the best of their ability and ensure defeat of political exploitation. They should strengthen the Congress Party, for the fact, Congress Party under the leadership of Rahul Gandhi feels duty bound  to empower the youth and other sections of the people from grass roots level,” Mir added.
Ghulam Mohi- ud- Din Bhat, Mohd Iqbal Mir, Mohd Iqbal Ahanger, Tariq Mohiuddin, Shabir Ahmad Dar, Peer Shahbaz and Syed Mohd Rafi also spoke on the occasion.