Srinagar, Dec 20: Expressing concern over the problem of unemployment which has assumed momentum due to limited job opportunities, Jammu and Kashmir Government has appointed a sub-committee to look into various aspects of the problem and suggest measures.
The coalition government alarmed with the growing problem of unemployment is initiating measures to contain it, Deputy Chief Minister Muzaffar Hussain Baig said at a public meeting at Lar Ganderbal today.
He said despite achievements registered at all fronts, the State was severely confronted with the problem of unemployment, which has assumed momentum due to limited job opportunities in the State.
He said the government has formed a sub-committee to look into various aspects of unemployment and suggest measures for creating employment avenues.
The Deputy Chief Minister said the government has fulfilled most of the promises made to the people under Common Minimum Programme (CMP), adding that the remaining will also be fulfilled.
Mr Baig said the massive development programme launched across the State has started showing results, adding that most of the development projects aimed at reshaping the profile of the State have been completed.
Referring to the restoration of peace and normalcy in the State, he said the people of the State were the stake holders in this process, adding that the coalition government has adhered to its commitment of peace with dignity and ensuring involvement of the people in the development process.