Kashmir Indepth

In north Kashmir’s Baramulla 2,500 youth apply for 111 vacancies in Army

Srinagar: Less than a week after Pulwama attack,at least 2,500 young men turned up at an Army recruitment drive in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district – against a vacancy of 111.

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In Kashmir unemployment is a problem, the turnout against 111 vacancies is an encouragement for youth to earn a livelihood of respect and serve the nation, officials told NDTV.

“By joining Army, we can serve the nation and also protect our families and take care of them as we hardly have any employment opportunities in the valley,” a candidate at the recruitment drive in north Kashmir’s Baramulla, 75 km from Srinagar, told news agency ANI.

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