Kashmir essential part of Modi’s new India journey, says Jitendra Singh

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A police personnel stands guard outside Lal Chowk’s Central Market. [FPK Photo/ Zainab]

Srinagar: Kashmir is an essential part of Modi’s New India journey. It is time to avail of the enormous new openings initiated over the last 8 years, which are shaping the destiny of 135 crore Indians under the able guidance of Narendra Modi, MoS in India’s PM office Jitendra Singh said while addressing a public gathering in Budgam.

Titled “Gareeb Kalyan Sammelan”, the event was organised at the Bihishte Zahra Park in Budgam to mark the completion of eight years in service of the current government.

Singh said that a three-tier system of government has been introduced for the first time in Jammu and Kashmir in seventy years and it will not be long before people get to see and feel the benefits of such a system.

Speaking on the occasion, the GoI Minister deliberated on different government sponsors schemes and different initiatives launched by GoI to ensure equitable development of people of Jammu and Kashmir,.

The Minister also distributed benefits under Mudra, PM Svanidhi, Ayushman Bharat, PMAY-G and various agriculture and horticulture-related schemes and distributed various logistics among them.

The Sammelan was also addressed by Modi through the virtual mode from Shimla. Modi also credited Rs 21 thousand crores in farmers’ accounts through DBT mode on the occasion.

The GoI Minister later on also interacted with the District and Sectoral Officers in a meeting convened in New Conference Hall Budgam.

During the meeting, Deputy Commissioner Budgam Shahbaz Ahmed Mirza through a PowerPoint presentation highlighted the overall district profile, and the major achievement of various departments in sectors including power, water supply, roads, social welfare, Agriculture, Horticulture and allied activities.

He took stock of the status of various sectors including health, education, water supply and construction of roads among others.

On the occasion, Singh laid the e-foundation of different development projects including Watalpora-Wahabpora road, upgradation of the Gariend-Wadwan road, and upgradation of Dajimalik Gund, Punch Gund, Nijloo Wahpora including Mamgund road. E-foundation was also laid for one receiving station at Ompora Budgam.

He also e-inaugurated OPD Block, Operation Theatre and Wards at SDH Nagam, additional accommodation for Model Higher Secondary  School Chadoora, Middle Anganwadi Training Centre at Karipora, Budgam and Govt High School Wagoora B.K Pora, Budgam.

The GoI Minister also e-inaugurated the District Bilingual Website designed and developed by NIC Team Budgam. It is pertinent to mention here that the website will act as a vital link between the District Administration and citizens so far as dissemination of information is concerned.

Awareness cum training programme on eco-friendly and sustainable farming methods and a demo and distribution of solar pumps by the Science and Technology Department was also held at Sheikh-ul-Alam Hall on the occasion.

Commenting upon the potential of Budgam, He said that the district has the biggest assets in the form of agriculture, horticulture and other allied activities. He said that in this direction, more areas need to be explored so that maximum resources are tapped for the socio-economic development of the public.

The Minister emphasized holding of the massive awareness campaign and instructed KVK Budgam, Indian Institute of Integrative Medicines and SKAUST to hold joint seminars cum awareness programmes in the near future to give a further boost to agricultural activities across district Budgam. Some villages in Budgam shall be identified and developed as solar villages, the Minister announced.

While concluding, He applauded the efforts of District Administration Budgam for the steps and initiatives taken for the overall development of the district. Singh also hailed the sincere coordination and joint synergy between the District Administration and elected representatives including DDCs, BDCs and PRI workers of the district.


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