September 13, 2020

Altaf Bukhari congratulates Naveed-ul-Amin for achieving extraordinary feat

Srinagar/Sep, 13: Congratulating the 19-year-old youth Naveed-ul-Amin, a Kashmiri boy who has scored 99.23 percent marks in JEE-Mains, Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari the President J&K Apni Party on Sunday said that the youth of Jammu and Kashmir are highly talented and have proved their mettle time and again.
In a statement issued here on Sunday, Bukhari said that Naveed has shown the way forward to the youth and has made J&K proud. “Naveed’s accomplishment should inspire the boys and girls of J&K to compete in similar competitive exams at the national level. And I hope that our youth will work hard to achieve success to secure their future,” Bukhari observed.
Hailing Naveed for his outstanding success, Bukhari said that the boy who despite his difficult circumstances has proved beyond doubt that with dedication, ability and competence the local youth can do wonders in competition. “The family of Naveed also deserves kudos and I wish the boy best of luck for all his future endeavors.” Bukhari hoped that Naveed’s feat would motivate more Kashmiri youths attempting and clearing the national level competitive exams every year. “This exemplary achievement has come after many of our brilliant youth qualified UPSC exams recently. This is despite the fact that our youth have braved all odds including lockdown and lack of high speed internet services,” he added.
Bukhari said the turmoil and instability had hurt the confidence and self esteem of J&K youth who simply wanted a change, a new strategy and a favorable atmosphere to fulfill their dreams and carve a niche in their respective fields. “I hope the J&K government will take initiatives to channelize the immense potential of J&K youth and review its anti youth policies like banning 4G internet,” Apni Party president remarked.

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