Peoples Conference committed to create spaces for youth of J&K: Abdul Gani Vakil

Drug menace destroying generations Admin needs to act before it is too late: Gani Vakil

Drug menace destroying generations Admin needs to act before it is too late: Gani Vakil

 Sopore 3 September(KNS): Peoples Conference senior vice president and former minister Abdul Gani Vakil today visited several areas of Sopore and Rafiabad including Dangerpora, Behrampora, Doabgah, Ladoora, Wanpora and Iqbal Nagar.

Addressing  a meeting of prominent youth workers in Iqbal Nagar Sopore Vakil underscored that PC is committed to create spaces for youth to participate and be a part of the decision making for their future. Active and meaningful participation of the youth is imperative to address the challenges that have an impact on them and their future.

“We are committed to create spaces for the youth to take the mantle of responsibility to become partners in the decision-making process and shape a brighter future for the coming generations,” Vakil added. Meeting was presided over by Youth Leader Mohsin Paray, YJKPC President Junaid Parvez Shah was also present in the meeting.  

While addressing the meeting, Vakil said J&K politics needs new ideas and energy, and the need of the hour is for the youth of J&K to stand with the Peoples Conference and its president, Sajad Gani Lone, and help him realise his "grand vision for the progress of the state and protecting the rights and dignity of its people".Click Here To Follow Our WhatsApp Channel

Vakil urged the youth of the area to stay away from drugs, as this drug menace is destroying the current and future generations and will have a catastrophic impact on the future of J&K. He appealed to the youth to rise to the occasion and spread awareness against this drug menace. He emphasised the role of religious scholars in helping to get rid of the drug menace. "Religious scholars and influencers need to step up and counsel the younger generation, and we as a society need to be at the forefront to fight this menace, or else the days are not far when J&K will become a drug haven," he said.

Vakil demanded immediate action by the UT administration to address the growing drug abuse in society. Besides others who accompanied Vakil include Sarpanch Mohammad Amin War, Mohammad Shaban, Muzaffar Naikoo, Bashir Ahmad Dar, Youth Leaders Saleem, Mushtaq Beigh and Waseem Tariq Dand.(KNS).

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