Ashok Leyland Donates 500 Vehicles To ‘The Mumkin Project’ For Youth From JK, Auto News, ET Auto
Ashok Leyland, one of the country’s leading commercial vehicle manufacturers, on Sunday strengthened its commitment to young people as part of the Jammu and Kashmir administration’s “Mumkin Project” by providing them with a fleet of 500 small vehicles. utilities named “Dost”.
The keys to some of the vehicles were handed over to the youths by Union Home Minister Amit Shah in the presence of Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha and Union ministers Jitendra Singh and Devender Pradhan at a public rally. in Jammu Sunday afternoon.
The partnership between the company and the administration of Jammu and Kashmir will encourage entrepreneurship among young people. The vehicles have been delivered to all district headquarters, officials said.
Managing Director and CEO Ashok Leyland Vipin Sondhi said: “This partnership is indeed a privilege and an opportunity for Ashok Leyland to continue to contribute to the well-being of the youth of Jammu and Kashmir.
He said the aim is to promote entrepreneurship among young people and thus create employment opportunities for them through this initiative.
“We also provide lifelong education and training for the holistic development of the youth of Jammu and Kashmir. Education and technology are necessary pillars of the economic and social fabric, and when combined one can dream and achieve anything, ”Sondhi mentioned.
LCV Manager at Ashok Leyland, Rajat Gupta, said: “With these 500 Dost vehicles, our goal is to empower our young people who will strive to ensure a brighter and greener future for our country. J&K unemployed youth aged 22 to 35. Make every young atmanirbhar for atmasamman in the truest sense. “
The Mumkin Project has made progress in enabling socio-economic development, officials said.
This initiative is driven by livelihood generation solutions for young people in Jammu and Kashmi aged 22 to 35, or nearly 65% of the population, they said.
With their passion, eagerness and skill, these people have tried to transform Jammu and Kashmir through employment, upgrading skills and knowledge, officials said.
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