The Jammu and Kashmir Government would ‘review’ the New Industrial Policy in the “interest” of people of Jammu and Kashmir, said Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh here on Thursday.
Talking to reporters on the sidelines of a Public Darbar convened in North Kashmir’s Bandipora district, Singh said that government would review New Industrial Policy for the ‘benefit’ of the people of Jammu and Kashmir especially youth.
“I talked to the Chief Minister today morning regarding the policy and it will be reviewed for the benefit of the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
He said that some policies that were during implemented during Governor’s rule especially New Industrial Policy need to be reviewed. By today evening, Government will clear its stand on New Industrial policy,” he said.
He also said that government is mulling to train 40 lakh youth of Jammu and Kashmir for skill development and they will be engaged in different departments in both government and private sector.
In reply to a question, the Dy. CM said that people of Kashmir want migrant Pandits to resettle in Kashmir.
“In order to provide security to the migrants, colonies will be set up for them. Not only Pandits, but Sikh, Muslim and Buddhist migrants will also stay in these colonies,” he said.
2015 Kashmir Despatch