Pakistani woman married to Kashmiri man wishes to meet PM Modi


Urges youth to utilize energy in positive ways

Srinagar, May 29: Batool Aijaz, who hails from Karachi Pakistan and married to a Kashmir man, is enthusiastically passionate to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi. She lauded PM Modi for rolling out youth-oriented schemes and bringing employment to their doors in Jammu and Kashmir.

Speaking exclusively to (KNS), Batool Aijaz who runs a venture with her husband under the title “Jazzbaa – Foods and Spices” said she has started work after ten years of her marriage. “Though I have a Masters degree but initially I used to remain away from contributing my role in my husband’s business. But with the passage of time, I started to contribute and now is a part of the venture,” she said.

Batool helps her husband in the venture and cooks various food items with an aim to bost the business in the region. She is participating in exhibitions and erecting stalls there, exhibiting the quality of her products.

Lauding the efforts of government, Batool expressed satisfaction over support of J&K government provided to their venture. She also appealed youth and young entrepreneurs to utilize their energy in positive ways and earn livelihood from multiple schemes introduced by Government of India in Jammu and Kashmir.

“Our venture is going good. I am highly thankful to Prime Minister Narendra Modi who took keen interest in rolling out youth oriented schemes in J&K. Further I’m passionate to meet PM Modi, but at the same time I am well aware of his busy schedules. I know there is a protocol including security one due to which my meeting to PM Modi is not possible,” Batool held.

She also lauded overwhelming response of Kashmiri’s, saying “Wherever I reached with my business I got heart warming response from people of Kashmir”. (KNS)


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