"Awaam Ki Awaaz": Lt Governor thanks J&K people for their voluminous engagement in Bhrashtachar-Campaign for Mukt J&K

India has become a major voice in the globe, and the New Delhi G20 Summit Declaration, which was unanimously adopted, is proof of its crucial contribution to bringing the world’s nations together to address common challenges: LG

SRINAGAR, SEPTEMBER 17 : Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha conveyed his appreciation to the people of the UT for their overwhelmingly positive involvement in the Bhrashtachar-Mukt J&K Campaign at this month’s Awaam Ki Awaaz event.


“The J&K Administration strictly enforces a policy of zero tolerance for corruption. The Lt. Governor said, “It is encouraging to witness group efforts to eradicate the plague of corruption and integrated strategy to improve transparency and accountability in the system to develop progressive, affluent Jammu Kashmir.

He said that the whole-of-society strategy used by the UT Administration is crucial for empowering citizens, organising people to fight corruption, and restoring public confidence in the government.

The Lt. Governor emphasised Jan Bhagidari’s important contributions to the development of a society that is progressive.

“Amrit Kaal gives people a rare and historic opportunity to take a great step forward and work with one resolve and one goal of building a strong, vibrant Jammu Kashmir,” the Lt Governor added.

India has become a major global voice, and the agreement on the New Delhi G20 Summit Declaration is evidence of its significance in bringing the various nations together to address common concerns. According to him, the successful G20 Summit has opened up new prospects for UT of J&K to realise its full potential.

The Lt Governor thanked Mukesh Kumar from Akhnoor and Rakesh Kumar from Ramban for sharing their insightful recommendations for effective enhancements to the Bhrashtachar-Mukt J&K Campaign and responsible and responsive administration.

It’s important to have a sceptical mindset. More of these vigilant individuals need to step forward and provide their valuable assistance in the battle against corruption, he urged.

Reyaz Ahmad Sheikh, a teacher from Anantnag who received a national award, and Urfee Yousuf, a graduate student at S.P. College Srinagar, who received a national youth brilliance award, were both singled out by the lieutenant governor for their devoted work and contributions to the area of education.

He praised the efforts of Reva Raina, a retired school teacher from Bhaderwah, and Uma Sharma, a retired bank employee from Jammu, for establishing the ideal learning atmosphere for children who are not enrolled in school.

The Lt. Governor also praised the pioneering farmers Baldev Raj, Manzoor Ahmed, and Masrat Jan for their continuous commitment to the pursuit of excellence in the agricultural and related industries.

The Lt. Governor presented this month’s edition’s inspiring success tales from UT women and young business owners.

The Lt Governor said that young women business owners like Reetika Mahajan of Udhampur are driving J&K UT’s socioeconomic development.

Gulshan Banoo of Kishtwar’s Hidyal hamlet has emerged as a symbol of progress in her area. He stated that her business endeavour is proof of her skill, enthusiasm, and unwavering will.

The Lt Governor also commended Aamir Lone of Khadinayer, Baramulla, and Basit Hussain of Srinagar for starting beekeeping and greenhouse initiatives as well as a spice unit.

According to the Lt. Governor, young people are naturally drawn to great ideas and determined to create a better future. Mohammad Hussain, a resident of Bandipora, was noted. He left his position with a multinational corporation in search of new experiences and goals, and he launched his own sheep farming company.

The Lt. Governor discussed the recommendations made by Som Datt Sharma of Jammu, Rozy Bano of Doda, and Faizan Ul Shafi concerning the promotion of regional languages in the UT, the expansion of business units under self-help organisations run by Rural Livelihood Mission, and the promotion of agri-tourism for out-of-the-way locations.

He also discussed the perspectives of Danish Samnotra from Jammu, Suheeb Ahmed from Shopian, and Afzal Siddiqui from Srinagar on the promotion of tourism as a career choice for young people.



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