Budgam – Noted motivational speaker and former secretary of Supreme Court Bar Association, Ashok Arora Saturday said that the Kashmiri youth need to be heard for their grievances, saying it could lead them to the more focused way of life
During an hour long motivational session held with the students of RMP Higher Secondary School at central Kashmirs district Budgam, Arora said his aim is to build confidence among the Kashmiri students.
I feel energetic when I share my knowledge with the students here. My aim is to build confidence among the Kashmiri students and to see them shining, Arora said.
I believe youth in Kashmir are energetic and can turn impossible things into reality if counselled and motivated properly, he said.
Arora is here to have few motivation sessions with the students of different schools, colleges aiming at building psychological and levels among the youth of Kashmir.
I have been coming to Kashmir for a long time now and I found Kashmiri students very smart and sensitive and when they are told the truth of life, sky is the limit for them, he said.
I will be always available for providing these motivational lectures to the Kashmiri students and I feel this would be my pleasure to serve this community, he added.
Aroras session with the students at Budgam was organised by the Authint Media (P) Ltd
Prominent Supreme Court Advocate, Ram Jethmalani describes Arora, a modern day Gautam Budha and a monk who sold his ferrari.
It may be recalled Arora hogged the newspaper headlines when the trial court judge acquitted accused in Jassica Lal murder case.
He had boldly mentioned to the then CJI in the open court that the trial judge who shook the confidence of nation by acquitting the accused should not be promoted.
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