LG Sinha dedicates a 120ft tall tricolor to the nation in Pulwama

Digitizing land records frees J&K citizens from the corrupt system

Pulwama, September 18: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha today dedicated a 120ft tall national flag to the nation in Pulwama.

The Lieutenant Governor unfurled the tricolor and received the guard of honor at the mini secretariat in Pulwama.

The tricolor is the symbol of a nation, an emotion, an identity. It is the honor and pride of our great nation, it is a reflection of the dreams of our ancestors and the aspirations of our youth, said the Lieutenant Governor.

On the occasion, the Lieutenant Governor laid the foundation stone for various youth oriented projects in the district worth Rs 9.11 crore including the district youth center costing Rs four crore, the District Youth Library at a cost of two crore rupees and the Counseling Center for Competitive Examinations. costing rupees a crore under Mission Youth’s youth engagement program; Establishment of rural BPO and ITES academy under TSP worth two crore rupees and construction of youth club with cafe and public park at Nikas Pulwama at a cost of Rs 11.63 lakhs.

The district youth center will provide modern facilities for sports, entertainment and skills for young people. Upon completion of the District Youth Library, local young people will benefit from improved educational support and facilities such as a reading area, book bank, digital library, smart classroom and classroom. of discussion, said the lieutenant governor.

A 100-seat rural academy for BPO and IT services (ITES) with a 30-seat training academy is being established in Pulwama which will provide direct employment to young boys and girls in Pulwama.

The younger generation must aim big. They have the ability, the power to bring revolution and transform the world. All young people must work together to build a fearless, corruption-free, drug-free, job-focused J&K and commit to defeating the nefarious designs of the neighboring country, the Lieutenant Governor said.

Under the Mumkin scheme, 4482 young boys and girls in Jammu and Kashmir have been provided with mini utility vehicles and they have also provided jobs for others apart from becoming self-sufficient, the Lt. Governor noted .

Financial assistance of Rs 100 crore under the Tejaswini scheme has been provided to 3,500 women to realize their dream of becoming entrepreneurs. The Tejaswinis also provided employment opportunities for around 50,000 other women and men. Programs like Parwaaz, Rise Together, Super 75 are changing the lives of thousands of young people in Jammu and Kashmir, he added.

The lieutenant governor also urged the younger generation to join the UT government’s efforts to root out corruption from J&K. If you get information about corrupt practices, report it immediately by sending a message to the Anti-Corruption Bureau’s WhatsApp number, he added.


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