VISITS BY MINISTERS
The government of India has decided to send over 70 union ministers to Jammu and Kashmir so that the thrust remains on the development and the progress of common people at the gross root level.
In this connection recently one of the union ministers while visiting north Kashmir said that power, education and other sectors are the top priority of the central government and the funds would be released on time for the completion of projects in these sectors. He assured that all the demands projected by the people would be taken care of properly, adding that he will discuss these issues with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and with Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha.
He said that the Government is providing 100 percent financial assistance in agriculture, horticulture and poultry sectors and stressed upon the youth to take advantage of these schemes to earn better livelihood.
He assured that the memorandum submitted by Vice Chairman DDC Kupwara would be looked into on priority.
He convened interactive meetings with DDCs, BDCs and PRIs, besides, public delegations, youth club and self help groups and got feedback regarding the implementation of different development programmes at ground level.
During the interaction all these delegations gave their feedback to the union ministers and requested him that the central government should release the funds on time so that these programmes are implemented without any delay at the ground level.