JAMMU, Apr 7: Vice president of J&K BJP, Yudhvir Sethi has impressed upon the youth of Jammu and Kashmir Union Territory to become job providers instead of being job seekers.
Sethi was speaking during a function after inaugurating a trade fair in Chinnore area here, today. Rajinder Chib, president, BJP Jammu Rural, Pummy Khajuria, State president, Kissan Morcha, Asif Gill, district president, Minority Morcha, corporator Kapil Chib; Prithvi Mehra, organizer, Ram Lubhaya, president of the Lubhaya Biradhari, Mukesh Sharma and Pawan Singh, vice president, BJP rural unit, Sanjeev Bakshi, media secretary, Suresh Khajuria, Mandal president accompanied the J&K BJP vice president.
Addressing the gathering of entrepreneurs and local residents of the area, Sethi said that such fairs are the best example of a symbiotic relationship as these prove to be beneficial for the consumers as well as the sellers.
The senior BJP leader exhorted that the Union Government has taken up many initiatives and schemes to promote every type of business be it small scale industries or other trading enterprises so that substantial number of educated youth grab the opportunities to set up their flourishing business units. He added that this would go a long way in helping the Government to resolve the issue of unemployment.
Yudhvir said that he would ask the officers of concerned departments to become proactive and ensure that benefits of various development and welfare schemes reach the beneficiaries well in time. He impressed upon the unemployed youth to avail optimum benefits of various employment generating schemes launched by the Government. He called upon them to bring a transformation in their mindset and try to become job providers instead of being job seekers.
Sethi said that the present era demands that trade fairs should be made a regular feature for providing platform to the entrepreneurs to sell their products and share their expertise as well with the other entrepreneurs.
Later, Sethi went round all the stalls installed by the local as well as outside UT traders and interacted with the entrepreneurs and sales persons at these stalls.
He said that various items of the Jammu and Kashmir are in great demand not only in India but also abroad and advised the entrepreneurs to focus on maintaining optimum quality of products besides enhancing the bulk production and sales.