Srinagar: Pradesh Congress Committee Chief G.A. Mir said that outsourcing of States Assets or Heritages to outside groups or persons is completely unacceptable.
Jammu and Kashmir is full of Assets and heritages, any move to outsource them would affect the Development of the State badly.
JK PCC Chief hit out at Union Home Minister over the attacks targeting Mobile Service in the Valley.
Astonishing, Union Home Minister is not aware about what is happening, not in a position to say anything, what will happen to the peace of the Country, he questioned ? It seems that the peace, security of the State and the Country is under threat, he said.
In a statement JKPCC Chief was addressing one day political convention of Congress Party workers and Leaders at Town Hall Kulgam today.
PCC Chief while addressing the convention stated that our State cannot afford to outsource the States Assets to outside groups as this move will have serious consequence on the overall development of State. J&K State has the potential and talented people to manage and maintain these Assets and heritages; we have a vibrant JK TDC, Golf Development Authorities and so many other developmental authorities and Assets in shape of Unique Heritages of Jammu and Kashmir, which can provide
employment avenues to hundreds of unemployed youth.
State Govt can generate job opportunities from the State Assets provided it (Govt) is interested to do so, any move to outsource the State Assets will certainly be not good for the State and it would put the state to a great loss. He asked the State Govt not to even think of outsourcing State Assets as it will have serious repercussions in future. He warned the State Govt to concentrate over the development of Jammu and Kashmir State, preservation of Assets and Heritages, as this move on the part of State Govt will be in the larger interests of State and people.
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