Its most important aims are public outreach in cities, strengthening grassroots democracy, and repair supply at doorsteps
Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor (L-G) Manoj Sinha on Thursday introduced the ‘My City My Satisfaction’ programme, ranging from October 19, as part of the general public outreach initiative “in J&Okay’s cities to ship companies at doorsteps to the city inhabitants”.
“We’ve got three most important aims — public outreach in cities, strengthening grassroots democracy, and repair supply at doorsteps. I’ve been pushing for on-spot grievance redressal, on the spot supply of companies to the lots, and on the bottom speedy execution of people-centric tasks,” Mr. Sinha mentioned at a press convention in Srinagar.
The L-G mentioned corruption-free and clear governance is the precedence of the current dispensation.
He mentioned 44 long-languishing tasks have been accomplished within the month of September alone. “Whereas one other 1,798 tasks are being expedited for completion,” he added.
He mentioned loans had been sanctioned to six,998 recent debtors until October this 12 months, and an quantity of ₹53.21 crore was disbursed to three,516 youth.
Mr. Sinha mentioned upcoming energy tasks in J&Okay will generate 6,298 MW at a value of ₹54,593 crore, “considerably enhancing the technology capability within the area”.
“It has taken us 40 years to achieve the capability of three,000 MW energy technology. I guarantee that the goal of the following 3,000 MW can be reached throughout the subsequent 4 years,” he added.
He described the continuing work on the Zojila tunnel by Union Minister for Highway Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari as “a historic milestone”. “Seven extra tunnels are within the pipeline to strengthen the highway connectivity throughout J&Okay,” the L-G mentioned.