It is said that youth participation in villages and cities through youth clubs creates a strong social system
Jammu: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Sunday said that India’s tenure as President of the G-20 is an opportunity for Jammu and Kashmir to “showcase its cultural wealth and tourism potential” and urged youth and women entrepreneurs to join the cause.
He also termed India’s chairmanship of the G-20 as a unique opportunity to showcase the potential of ‘Ek Bharat Shreshta Bharat’.
Addressing the people of the Union Territory through the 21st edition of his monthly radio program Awaam Ki Awaaz, Sinha said India’s presidency of the G-20 is an opportune time for Jammu and Kashmir to “showcase its cultural richness and tourism potential to the world”. is. stage.
“Youth clubs, women entrepreneurs, tourism entrepreneurs and innovators need to come together and showcase a vibrant and progressive Jammu and Kashmir during India’s presidency of the G-20,” Sinha said.
Citizens were also invited to make suggestions and ideas about the “G-20” event to be organized in the territory of the union.
Sharing his thoughts on the recently concluded “My City is My Pride” campaign, LG said that the urban connect movement was celebrated as a celebration of the self-governance of the city’s dynamic areas.
“Jhan Bhagidari” is a reflection of a progressive society. It paves the way for a “bottom-up” approach to governance, helping to tailor policies to meet public needs. “The ‘My City My Pride’ campaign was aimed at mobilizing local organizations in the city and channeling urban development efforts through community engagement,” said Sinha.
Awakening the power of the people is the first step in the direction of inclusive development, he said. We all have to play our part in making a positive difference in infrastructure expansion, cleanliness, environmental protection, economic activity, green spaces, lakes, rivers and heritage protection.
He also shared inspirational stories and received several suggestions from citizens from across the Capital.
The Deputy Governor also shared inspiring stories and elicited feedback from citizens from across the Capital.
Noting Doda’s Dr. Sanya Khan, who is committed to women’s empowerment and gender equality, LG congratulates her on her focus on accessibility and hopes that her work will inspire others to strive and achieve more.
Rankaj Sadotra of Bishna, Jammu, who is building a bridge between the administration and the community by creating an enabling environment for youth clubs, was felicitated by the LG.
He said, “Involving young people in villages and cities through youth clubs will create a strong social system.”
“Saima Shafi of Srinagar contributed immensely to the popularization of pottery. Artists always work from an internal source of inspiration. “We must appreciate and applaud the work of our artists who are an integral part of our priceless artistic and cultural heritage,” LG said.
LG emphasizes that SHGs are important agents of change in society and the success story of Pulwama’s Yasmina Yang who became Tral’s first dry fruit vendor with the help of the Rural Livelihoods Mission makes us very proud.
Noting that around 5.5 million rural women look after their families and contribute to agriculture, Sinha noted that they are involved in handicrafts, home and small scale industries, and appealed to all sections of the society to contribute to the cause. development of women’s power.
“It is only through the cooperation and encouragement of society that the wonderful work done by women across the country can be appreciated and recognized,” he said.
Many brave warriors of J&K have contributed immensely in the freedom struggle and ensured the unity and integrity of the country, the LG said.
“The youth of Jammu and Kashmir should be reminded of the glorious history and sacrifices of the great men and women. “It is essential to motivate the young generation to contribute more responsibly and actively to the development of the country,” he said.
Referring to the proposal to transform district libraries, Sinha said that new books would soon be added to the stock of all district libraries in the Capital.
“During the last one year, renovation of all the district libraries and provision of better books and materials is being done as a priority,” he said.