LG Sinha: “Harsh punishment would be meted out to all those accountable for the purported anomalies in the SI, FAA, and JE hiring tests.”

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LG Sinha: “Harsh punishment would be meted out to all those accountable for the purported anomalies in the SI, FAA, and JE hiring tests.”

Poonch, September 13 (KNO): Tuesday, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha paid a visit to Poonch where he lay the cornerstone for multiple projects totaling Rs. 195 cores that would hasten the development of the district’s 229 Panchayats.

At the Shaheed DySP Manjeet Singh memorial Government Higher Secondary School and the Sports Stadium, respectively, the Lt Governor dedicated the facilities to the District’s children and athletes as soon as he arrived.

The Lt. Governor launched projects worth Rs. 78.80 Crores for the welfare of the tribal community during his visit to the border district and noted that a number of infrastructure projects, including bridges, roads, power sub-stations, smart classrooms, and model villages, will serve as the driving force behind rural development that is sustainable.

The establishment of 14 Van Dhan Vikas Kendras would empower tribal communities and provide local infrastructure for the value addition of traditional forest products. The Lt Governor noted that additional incentives provided to owners of small farms and residents of border settlements would boost their confidence.

The Lt. Governor addressed the vast crowd of District residents assembled at the Sports Stadium and said, “It is our solid determination to increase the connection in border communities. The neighbourhood would thrive as a result of the 14 road developments costing 50 crore rupees that were unveiled today.

The Lt Governor declared that 20 mobile towers and a trauma centre will soon be built in Poonch.

The Lt. Governor emphasised that over the last two years, the government has worked hard to guarantee that even the most isolated settlements in this border area get the advantages of infrastructure and social welfare.

In Poonch, a total of 1734 projects were finished last year, exceeding the district capex’s objective. The district received Rs 924 crore this year under the district capex budget for development projects, and it was reported that out of the 1412 projects started this year, 80% of the work would be finished by October 31.

The Lt. Governor also honoured Padma Shri Mali, a female Gujjar community member who rescued Poonch during the conflict in 1971. He also said that Govt Degree College, Mandi would be named after Mali in honour of her great contribution to the nation.

The Lt. Governor said, “Effective measures should be implemented by the district administration to bring her inspirational story to the attention of new generations.”

Poonch is our pride, and numerous initiatives are being done to convert its biological richness and develop creative and environmentally friendly means of marketing tourism that will give other economic activities more momentum, according to the Lt. Governor.

Today also saw the official opening of the PMDP-funded initiative to expand Noori Chhamb’s tourist infrastructure, which is an important step toward realising the district’s enormous tourism potential.

The Lt. Governor noted that the tribal community had been waiting years for social justice, and he claimed that under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership, a number of programmes had been carried out in Jammu and Kashmir, and now every tribal family had received its long-overdue constitutional rights.

In Poonch, skill development for tribal youth has begun as part of the Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Program (PMEGP), and two training batches have already been completed. It was stated that the Government is covering the costs of coaching for young boys and girls in the tribal community to take the Civil Services, J&K Administrative Service, NEET, and JEE exams.

For young people who want to start their own businesses, the Lt. Governor said that there would be plenty of funding available.

In Poonch, as many as 1479 young boys and girls became entrepreneurs last year, and they also gave more than 3500 others jobs. We have a goal to create 1062 young entrepreneurs this year as well. According to the Lt. Governor, the Mumkin programme of Mission Youth has provided 97 automobiles to young people, and the Tejaswini Yojana is helping us realise 300 females’ desire to start their own businesses.

According to the Lt. Governor, the government places a particular emphasis on the development of border villages by guaranteeing the successful execution of projects funded by the BADP, Samridh Seema Yojana, and Aspirational Block. He said that the bidding procedure for 55 Samridh Seema Yojna projects and 11 Aspirational Block projects had been cleared.

The Lt. Governor promised that Mendhar, Poonch Mini Secretariat will be finished as soon as possible in response to the requests of the public representatives and residents of Poonch. To meet the demands of the population, the power capacity of other Poonch locations, including Chandak, Mendhar, and Loran, will also be increased.

We operate under the guiding premise of “Governance for everyone,” not just for a few. According to the Lt. Governor, committed efforts are being made to create a society devoid of corruption, drug use, and focused on employment.

Jobs cannot be sold in J&K any more. The Lt Governor also said that all those responsible for the alleged anomalies in the Sub-Inspector, Financial Account Assistant, and Junior Engineer recruitment exams will face harsh punishment.

Speaking at the event, DDC Chairperson Tazeem Akther thanked the Lt. Governor-led UT Government for taking initiative to promote the overall development of J&K.

In his speech, Dr. Arun Kumar Mehta, the Chief Secretary, commended the residents of Poonch for the new initiatives they had started for the district’s overall development.

The welcoming speech was given by Inder Jeet, Deputy Commissioner of Poonch, while the vote of thanks was given by Advocate Sunil Sharma, President of MC Poonch.

Later, the Lt. Governor distributed sanction letters to a number of programme recipients and looked over the booths that different stakeholders had set up for the event.

Through their spectacular performances, artists showcased Pahari and Gojri culture.

The projects totaling Rs 45 crore that the Lt. Governor today inaugurated include the Hockey Astro Turf at HSS Poonch, which will cost Rs 5 crore, the Boxing Hall Building at Sports Stadium Poonch, which will cost Rs 30 lakh, the development of Noori Chamb as a tourist destination in Buffliaz in Surankote, which will cost Rs 3.95 crore, the 50m span Bridge at Behramgala, which will cost Rs 2.17 crore, the Government Degree College Audit

The Lt. Governor laid the cornerstone for a number of projects totaling Rs. 151.23 crore, including the District Development Council/PRIs residential housing project in Poonch, which will cost Rs. 7.25 crore, the DDC office in Poonch, which will cost Rs. 2.57 crore, the BDC office buildings in Buffliaz and Mendhar, which will cost Rs. 97 lakh each, 14 road projects funded by NABARD, worth Rs. 50 crore, the Guj

PRI members, people, especially the youth in large numbers, and other notable attendees included Dr. Shahid Iqbal Choudhary, Secretary to Government, Tribal Affairs Department, Mukesh Singh, ADGP Jammu, Ramesh Kumar, Divisional Commissioner Jammu, and Nitishwar Kumar, Principal Secretary to Lt Governor— (KNO)

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