Government of Jammu and Kashmir has been on an outreach program to the common people and has been also constantly monitoring not only the developmental scenario but also the covid situation.
LG Manoj Sinha himself takes the review meetings and has been also holding the review meetings about the covid situation in Jammu and Kashmir.
Recently the parliamentary delegation for the Home Affairs has been on a visit to Jammu and Kashmir and they were briefed by the Chief Secretary about the work being done on the ground and also about the implementation of different central schemes and their impact on the lives of common people.
The government informed the parliamentary delegation that the region has now three-tier democratic set up in place and Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs) and Urban Local Bodies have been further empowered. Besides, public outreach programmes Back to Village, Jan Abhiyan, My Town My Pride etc were conducted across J&K.
Discussing the power scenario and the measures taken by the administration to streamline the process the parliamentary delegation was informed that power generation projects have been fast-paced and 2500 MW would be added by the year 2025.
The Committee was informed about the road connectivity, water supply and was briefed about the status of schemes like Jal Jeevan Mission and achievement of 100 per cent piped water supply to all rural schools and Anganwadi Centers in 18 districts of the UT.