Connect with citizens
Not only the J&K administration by bringing transparency to connect with the citizens, LG Manoj Sinha is also connecting with the people through his program Awam Ki Awaz.
In a recent edition of this program he said that during snowfall in Kashmir Valley, roads are badly damaged causing inconvenience to the people and loss of revenue.
He shared inspiring stories of citizens who are making a positive impact in the lives of others and driving great change in the society.
He spoke about the master carpet weavers of two villages Sanglipura and Laxmanpura of Budgam district, who are making 12 carpets for the new Parliament building.
Praising these carpet weavers he said that these weavers from Budgam are our pride. The traditional hand-made carpets from Budgam are all set to adorn the new building of the Parliament. It’s a historic opportunity and fitting tribute to J&K’s craftsmanship.
He acknowledged the determined efforts of progressive farmers who have started high density plantation of Strawberry and Apple.
He issued instructions to Mission Youth on the suggestion of Maqsood Ahmed from Kupwara and Shabir Ahmad Shah from Srinagar regarding expansion of LG’s Rolling Trophy.
He also issued instructions to the Health Department to study the suggestion of Farooq Ganderbali from Ganderbal, who had written about Medical Tourism in Jammu and Kashmir.