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Want to end trust deficit among J&K youth: Rahul

Oct 05, 2012 02:14 PM IST Politics Politics
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Srinagar: Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi on Friday promised to build trust among the youth in Jammu and Kashmir. Rahul, along with top business leaders, interacted with students of the Kashmir University in Srinagar reassuring them of new business opportunities.

The event was aimed at allaying the fears of big business houses to set up shop in Kashmir. Business tycoons Ratan Tata said that the state holds enormous potential.

Other top guns present included Kumar Mangalam Birla, Azim Premji, Deepak Parekh and Ravi Bajaj. It is the largest business delegation to visit the state since Independence.

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