Students must abstain from stone pelting: Mehbooba

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Jammu, Aug 30: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti today spoke to understudies to cease from stone pelting, and said on the off chance that they continue enjoying such exercises, the state will have no specialists, designers and instructors later on.

“Kids need to go to schools, study and turn out as specialists, dental specialists, engineers, instructors”.

“In any case, on the off chance that they (understudies) toss stones in challenge revives, we will have no specialists, designers and instructors in future,” Mehbooba said at an occasion here.

The Chief Minister said training is a need for the advancement and development of the nation.

“It was Mufti Mohammad Sayeed sahib, who dependably said that on the off chance that you need to manufacture a solid group, you will need to sustain it with training and fortify their energy to think.”

“Instruction is a multi-dimensional advancement of self and the general public. I am extremely cheerful that Jammu and Kashmir is pushing ahead in its excursion of instructive area,” she said.

Citing an Arabic verse, Mehbooba said “as the sacred month of Ramzan is imperative for the Muslim world, so is it vital for young men and young ladies to get training.

“It was my Kashmiri Pandit companions, who used to swear for the sake of instruction (vidhya), rather than relatives, Gods and Goddesses. It was this convention that was common in the Valley of Kashmir,” she said.

She said the administration is finding a way to make gifted and specialized labor in the state.