SRINAGAR: GC Murmu, lieutenant governor of Jammu and Kashmir, on Monday said an investor summit would be held soon, so that investments pour into the Union territory for its development and create employment avenues for the youth.
He said 40,000 job opportunities would be created for the youth of Jammu and Kashmir and sought peoples cooperation in making the investor summit a success, while addressing a function of the police department at the Police Training School in Manigam in Ganderbal city.
Murmu said the government wants investments to pour into the UT, so that people get jobs and there is overall development. “That is why we are preparing for an investor summit, which will be held soon. For this, we want the cooperation of the people and the police,” Murmu said.
Reports said the investor summit was scheduled for August, but was postponed due to the shutdown in the Valley after the abrogation of Article 370 of the ConstiRead More – Source