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

Sopore: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha said on Thursday that the government’s top aim was to promote equality in development.

Development is our commitment, the LG stated in a statement after his visit to Sopore and the inauguration of many development initiatives. It is our faith. The government is committed to meeting all of the population’s developmental requirements. We have effectively executed a wide range of economic operations, and historical changes are occurring everywhere.


He lay the foundation stones for the Jal Jeevan Mission’s Water Supply Scheme Parihaspora and Peripheral Parihaspora, which would cost Rs 57 crore, as well as the upgrading of the inner link roads between Sultanpora Goshbugh and Auglar, which will cost Rs 6.29 crore.

According to Sinha, the new works being started today and the initiatives devoted to the people would raise general standards of living and eliminate regional and socioeconomic development inequalities.

He reaffirmed the administration’s commitment to achieving the goals of the J&K population.

“Sopore has a long history of intercommunal peace and prosperity, but it has also faced some special difficulties in fostering inclusive development. The J&K government has made a number of significant moves in the last three years that demonstrate Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s unwavering commitment to swift development and inclusive progress, according to the LG.

He urged the populace to actively contribute to Sopore’s growth and beauty.

“Sopore aims to develop into a Smart city today. The populace wants contemporary infrastructure, top-notch infrastructure, and high-quality living spaces. To alter the course of our aspirational cities and villages, we must cooperate in the spirit of Jan-Bhagidari, stated Sinha.

He also discussed the government’s initiatives for quick growth in J&K in order to create a tranquil and affluent society.

“Today, several towns and cities in J&K show outstanding signs of all-around growth. There is a great desire for peace, prosperity, and faster growth among all parts of society since we have destroyed the ecology of war profiteers, terrorists, and secessionists, the LG said.

He urged the populace to guard against polarising forces in society by being attentive.

Every person also has a responsibility to preserve public property and the tangible cultural legacy, according to Sinha.

In response to the requests made by the public representatives, he gave the assurance that the government will look into every option to meet the legitimate demands in a timely way.

The LG dedicated the MC Sopore office complex, which cost Rs 1.96 crore, the Chinkipora ward park development project, which cost Rs 40 lakh, the Mahrajpora public park, which cost Rs 53.27 lakh, the open-air gym park near Bypass Bridge Upper Ashpeer, which cost Rs 1 crore, and the Vohlutra Shitloo road upgrade project, which cost Rs 6.50 crore.

Additionally, he sent participants of several programmes penalty letters.

Safina Baig, the DDC’s chairperson in Baramulla, and Musarat Kar, the president of the municipal council in Sopore, both expressed their gratitude to the LG-led government for providing Baramulla and Sopore’s development such special attention.

Arun Kumar Mehta, the chief secretary, Vijay Kumar, the ADGP of Kashmir, Vijay Kumar Bidhuri, the divisional commissioner of Kashmir, and Syed Sehrish Asgar, the deputy commissioner of Baramulla, were also in attendance.



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