Ready to provide jobs to youth after coming out rehabilitation centres

Srinagar, Mar 18: The Chamber of Commerce and Industries Kashmir (CCIK) on Monday said that they have collaborated with Jammu and Kashmir Police to eradicate the drug menace from the Union Territory.

Addressing a news conference, Tariq Ghani President of CCIK, said that the youth are getting involved in drug menace while some girls have also fallen prey to the nuisance.

“CCIK also has a social responsibility to help the youth to come out of the situation by creating awareness in this regard. I want to inform you that we have collaborated with J&K Police to eradicate the drug menace, who have assured us the complete support in this regard,” Ghani said.

He added that the religious clerics should also focus and create awareness in this regard, so that the situation is prevented from getting worse further.

Moreover, he said that the CCIK has decided that the youth after coming out of the rehabilitation centres will be provided jobs at their units.

“I appeal to the parents of these youths to come forward and not hide the involvement of their beloved,” he said.

Furthermore, he appealed the government to enhance the facilities at the rehabilitation centres so that the youth will get every possible support which they need to come out of the drug addiction.(KNO)