CM Yogi with Kashmiri students Lucknow
CM Yogi with Kashmiri students
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath met Kashmiri Students studying in Uttar Pardesh, and said that providing convenience and security to Kashmiri students is a priority of the state government. CM said that we can learn a lot by communicating with each other and sharing their experience.
Today Kashmiri Students of Alligarh Muslim University got a chance to meet and debate with Chief minister Yogi Adityanath. Kashmiri students studying at AMU attended the event to discuss the "benefits" of removing of Section 370. AMU has more than 1,300 students studying in the Kashmir Valley. The Chief Minister said that dialogue is most important in a democratic environment. Democracy means the development of all. This effort is being made today for better tomorrow.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath interacted with about 65 students studying in different educational institutions in Uttar Pradesh at his own residence. He said i am guardian for Kashmiri students in Uttar Pardesh. So children can keep their words without any hesitation. He said that group discussion always brings good results. There should be a dialogue between the children and the local administration, so problems related to students can be resolved and also by this administration will also get aware of ground reality. In Uttar Pradesh, if a Kashmiri student wants to pursue a job with studies, then the state government will arrange for him employment. CM assured to help students in college placements too. He gave strict instructions regarding the safety of the Kashmiri girls
Officials said that, While CM was answering questions from students, the Chief Minister also assure them that the removal of Article 370 will accelerate the development of Jammu and Kashmir..
After the dialogue, the students were also given a tour of the tourist places by the tourism department.