Calling young innovators and artisans’ future of tomorrow, Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari, Minister for Finance, Labour and Employment today said that skills have no religion and it has no borders. “Art and artisans don’t belong to any particular community. They are assets of the humanity,” he said.
Speaking at the valedictory function of two-day first ever Skill-Innovation-Entrepreneurship conclave themed as TALAASH concluded here at SKICC, Bukhari said government will provide all possible help to the artisan community of the State, especially of Downtown who have helped us to reach out to the various parts of the world.
“Our young boys and girls need to excel and we all must come forward and help them excel in their respective crafts,” he said. The conclave was aimed at engaging different stakeholders in skill building, entrepreneurship and grassroots innovations. The valedictory function was also attended by Minister of IT, Technical Education, Punjab, Charnjeet Singh Channi, and Chief Secretary, BB Vyas, while as Minister for of IT, Technical & Higher Education & Chairman, Governing Council JKSDM, Molvi Imran Raza Ansari hosted the guests.