Jammu, Sep 04:
Team Jammu chairman, Zorawar Singh Jamwal on Tuesday inaugurated the garments’ outlet of “SALAAM NAMASTE” here at Anand Nagar, Bohri Chowk.
While cutting the traditional ribbon, Team Jammu Chairman, Zorawar Singh Jamwal congratulated the “SALAAM NAMASTE” owner-Ankur Abrol for the opening of second successful outlet in Jammu City.
He wished him good luck for new business unit and hoped that “SALAAM NAMASTE” will be the preferred shopping destination for people of Jammu.
Salaam Namaste is a leading readymade garments brand in Jammu. The first outlet of SALAAM NAMASTE is located at Patta Bohri Chowk.
It offers fashionable, trendy and contemporary suits, shorts, shirts, T-shirts, trousers, variety shoes, blazers, formal suits, jackets, sweatshirts, sweaters, jeans, Kurtas and Cargos.
While interacting with the youth present during the inaugural function, Chairman Team Jammu, Zorawar Singh Jamwal took a dig at government and said that unemployment is the biggest challenge and successive governments have done nothing to provide employment to youth of Jammu Province. Educated youth from Jammu and Kashmir are now moving to other states and countries as state government has utterly failed to provide job opportunities to these youth.
Reiterating his stand for drug free Jammu Province, Zorawar Singh Jamwal appreciated all budding entrepreneurs like Ankur Abrol and said, “If we want a drug free society youth should indulge in creating avenues that makes them job providers rather than job seekers”.
On the occasion, owner of the Salaam Namaste-Ankur Abrol appreciated the Team Jammu for sensitizing people about ill-effects of drugs and for launching a full-fledge war against drug mafias in Jammu region.
Ankush Abrol also announced that all the members and volunteers of Team Jammu will be given 20% discount on the purchase of any item from his new outlet opened at Anand Nagar road, Bohri.
Those who were present on the occasion included Suresh Abrol, Sudha Abrol, Larina Sahdev, Lyna Sehdev, Akash Dogra, Sunil Sharma, Karandeep Thakur, Sumit Dasgotra, Surinder Sharma, Sanjay Sharma and Yogesh Kumar.