Jammu: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha devoted the thirty fourth version of ‘Awaam Ki Awaaz’ programme to the residents of Jammu Kashmir for his or her historic participation in ‘Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra’.
“Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra, a strong Jan-Abhiyan initiative to succeed in out to the weak part of society will create a brand new future for developed India,” the Lt Governor noticed.
He stated the participation of 40 lakh residents of Jammu Kashmir to date on this journey has laid a robust basis for progress in each rural and concrete areas of the Union Territory. I’m assured that the Janbhagidari and the wholesome competitors among the many districts will proceed to take the extraordinary journey of J&Okay ahead on the trail of prosperity and inclusive growth, he added.
Sharing the inspirational success tales of the residents, the Lt Governor appreciated the trouble of Bikram Singh of village Jhankar, Kathua for instructing new strategies of farming to the individuals in his village. He’s a dwelling encyclopedia on built-in farming and is at all times prepared to assist others who wish to safe the advantages of diversification, the Lt Governor stated.
Ghulam Hassan Sheikh of Village Chamboora, Budgam is filled with unyielding dedication. The strategic enlargement or enterprise diversification in his skilled profession comparable to dealing with the enterprise of ‘Carpets to Kashmiri Lal Mirch’ is inspiring the opposite entrepreneurs, the Lt Governor stated.
The Lt Governor made a particular point out of Ghulam Hussain Wani, a talented carpet artisan from Srinagar, who has turn out to be a family identify for his experience in carpet repairs and is taking part in an essential function in preserving the finesse of this uncommon artwork type. Nari Shakti is able to creating potentialities from nothing. The story of Ms Kaushalya Devi of Chenani, Udhampur reveals that Self-Assist Teams have made a major impression on the financial empowerment of ladies in rural areas, the Lt Governor stated.
He counseled the ‘No Helmet No Petrol’, a street security marketing campaign by District Administration Anantnag and Petroleum Vendor Affiliation.
The distinctive endeavours of Nisar Ahmed, a resident of Mattan; Vishal Roudhan, a youth from Udhampur and Kulgam’s Mahmooda Akhtar to attach fellow residents and youth with social campaigns and selling the traditional conventional artwork of hand embroidery additionally obtained appreciation from the Lt Governor.
Highlighting the efforts of the UT Administration to facilitate the creation of facilities for vacationers in rural and far-off areas, the Lt Governor stated the latest surge within the registrations for homestays reveals immense potential of offbeat vacationer locations.
He referred to as upon the individuals dwelling in rural and border areas to reap the benefits of this chance and warranted each help from the administration to them.
The Lt Governor voiced the solutions obtained from Balwinder Salaria from Billawar, Kathua; Bandipora’s Yasir Rashid; Varun Bharti from Kathua and Arjamend from village Nowpachi, Kishtwar concerning waste administration in rural areas, clear cooking gasoline, renewable vitality and provision of telemedicine providers in villages and steps to make sure public participation within the extension of telemedicine providers.
He directed the involved departments to take speedy and applicable motion on the dear inputs obtained from the residents.
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