Mirwaiz talks business
Asks youth to invest in private sector
Bath Impressions Inaugurated At Soura
Srinagar, Sep 5: Chairman, All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC-M), Mirwaiz Umer Farooq today urged the youth to set up their own business units and invest in private sector.
“Instead of running after government jobs it is better that educated youth focus on private sector,” Mirwaiz said after inaugurating a branch of Bath Impressions, authorized distributor of Kajaria Tiles, at Soura here.
“Private sector development will strengthen our economy and help create jobs,” he said while appreciating the efforts of entrepreneurs and wishing best of luck to their endeavours.
A rich gathering of people was present at the inaugural function. The Mirwaiz was the chief guest.
Senior Hurriyat (M) leader Shahid-ul-Islam who was present on the occasion, congratulated the owner of the shop and wished him best of luck for the venture.
Pertinently, Bath Impression also inaugurated new block at its head office at Chanapora. The inauguration at Chanapora was done by CMD, Kajaria Tiles, Ashok Kajaria who was impressed by the design of the showroom.
“It is one of the best showrooms I have seen in the country,” he said, after inaugurating the new block.
Minister for Consumer Affairs and Public Distribution (CAPD), Chowdhary Muhammad Ramzan, was present at the function at Chanapora. Senior police and civil administration officials were also present.
Owner of the Bath Impressions, Arshid Ahmad said that the aim of inaugurating the new showroom is to create opportunities for employment.
“My aim is to expand our presence in order to create job avenues and provide opportunities for youth in Kashmir,” he said.
Pertinently, Kajaria Ceramics is the largest manufacturer of ceramic/vitrified tiles in India.
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