UT administration has been stressing on the public participation for the overall development in Jammu and Kashmir. In the present circumstances especially when the government has re-imposed lockdown in many parts of Srinagar city and other parts of Kashmir valley, to appeal people to participate seems farfetched.
However, the government in these difficult times is trying to focus on the development in Jammu and Kashmir. In this direction, recently LG of Jammu and Kashmir Girish Chandra Murmu said that Active public participation is imperative for developmental process and the Government of Jammu and Kashmir is laying special focus on it.
He recently inaugurated six developmental projects worth Rs 8.52 cr and laid foundation stones of five projects worth Rs 21.52 cr for Bandipora district, besides reviewing the progress being made on various developmental projects and works under execution.
He also held an aerial survey of Wular Lake to inspect the dredging, restoration work and the overall condition of the lake.
In order to give a flip to the overall development he not only conducted different tours but also met dozens delegations including locally elected Panchayat members.
LG Murma after the Darbar Move has been actively monitoring the developmental scenario in Kashmir valley and also trying to encourage public participation to make these projects successful.