Central government along with the J & K administration have taken many initiatives for the overall development of Jammu and Kashmir especially those districts which are near the borders.
Recently the Union Minister of State for Petroleum, Natural Gas, Labour and Employment visited Kupwara district and inaugurated many developmental projects.
He was briefed by Deputy Commissioner Kupwara, who gave detail regarding saturation of government schemes during the recently concluded ambitious B2V4 programme.
The Vice Chairman DDC also spoke and projected the developmental issues of the district, on the visit of the Union Minister.
He inspected various stalls displayed by different departments and interacted with the stall owners.
He took keen interest with the local items displayed on the occasion and asked the concerned to involve more and more youth with the entrepreneurship and self employment generation programmes.
He also distributed various benefits including Golden Health Card, Soil Health card, E-Shram cards and sanction letters under PMEGP among the beneficiaries.
He also distributed cheques among various specially abled persons. The Minister handed over keys Of commercial vehicles among 5 youths under the Mumkin Scheme to enable them to earn their livelihood.