SRINAGAR, Jan 16: Jammu and Kashmir’s Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha Tuesday hoped for snowfall in Kashmir stating that the snow is a should for energy tasks to run and the tourism sector to thrive.
Addressing a perform in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district, the LG mentioned that dry winter prevails in Kashmir at current. “I pray to God for snow as snowfall is should for energy tasks to run, in any other case they’ll turn into defunct. Snowfall can be a should to maintain the tourism sector thriving,” he mentioned.
The LG mentioned final 12 months 13 lakh vacationers visited Gulmarg and the snow has been a significant attraction there. “Six new locations have been added to the listing in Baramulla district however in absence of snow, vacationers would favor to remain away,” he mentioned.
LG mentioned elections for City Native Our bodies (ULBs) and Panchayats will likely be began quickly after reservations to OBCs are accomplished. “Work is occurring in direction of that route and as soon as the method is over, elections for ULBs and Panchayats will likely be held,” he mentioned.
The LG urged the folks of Baramulla to participate in giant numbers within the Jhanda Ooncha Rahay Hamara program on January 26, the Republic Day. “I would like the skies of Baramulla to be stuffed with Tiranga,” he mentioned.
He mentioned that Baramulla district is flourishing and prospering on all fronts with energetic participation of youth. (KNO)
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