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Ashok Leyland hands over 500 vehicles to make J-K youth, “Atmnirbhar”

  • Posted by Rakhi Jha On 25-Oct-2021 05:42 AM



Ashok Leyland, one of the leading commercial vehicle manufacturers of the country, reinforced its commitment on Sunday towards the youth under the Jammu and Kashmir administration's 'Project Mumkin' to create every youth of Jammu atmanirbhar for atmasamman within the true sense.”

Ashok Leyland provided them 500 small commercial vehicles named 'Dost' under “Project Mumkin”.

This will help to improvise socio-economic development for unemployed youth of Jammu & Kashmir between the age of twenty-two to 35 years.

In the presence, of elected official Manoj Sinha, and Union ministers Jitendra Singh and Devender Pradhan, Union Home Minister Amit Shah handed over the Keys to the youth at a public rally in Jammu on Sunday afternoon.


The vehicles are delivered across all district headquarters, officials said.

Managing director and chief military officer, Ashok Leyland, Vipin Sondhi, said, "This partnership is indeed a privilege and a chance for Ashok Leyland NSE -0.86 you must still contribute towards the welfare of the Jammu and Kashmir's youth."

He said that the aim is to market entrepreneurship among the youth and thereby, create employment opportunities for them through this initiative.

"We are providing continuous education and upskilling for the holistic development of the youth of Jammu and Kashmir. Education and technology are necessary pillars of the material of the economy and society, and once combined together, one can dream and achieve anything," Sondhi said.

Head for LCV at Ashok Leyland, Rajat Gupta, said, "Through these 500 Dost vehicles, our purpose is to empower our youth who will strive towards our country's brighter and greener future. this can enable socio-economic development driven by livelihood generation solutions for the unemployed youth of J&K between the age of twenty-two to 35 years. Making every youth atmanirbhar for atmasamman within the true sense.”