Recently Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha visited Sonamarg and dedicated the ‘Golden Glory Eco Park’ to the people.
He attended ‘Meri Maati Mera Desh’ programme and paid tributes to the freedom fighters and martyrs who sacrificed their lives for the motherland.
He recalled the contribution of the prominent personalities of Jammu Kashmir in building a progressive and prosperous society.
‘Meri Maati Mera Desh’ is a grand occasion for the society to pay tribute to its sons and daughters, who have succeeded in reaching the pinnacle in diverse fields and played a significant role in nation building.
He shared the efforts of the Administration to maintain peace and accelerate economic and development activities across UT.
He said that we are fully committed to creating a business, investment and economic climate in J&K. State-of-the-art highways, rural roads and village-level women-led industries have registered a marked rise over the last few years.
He said, the decisive steps taken for adequate investment in infrastructure is rebuilding tourism for the future and Ganderbal has immense tourism potential to stimulate socio-economic growth.
The Eco Park inaugurated today will add to the major tourist attraction in the district.