In order to push the rural economy under the mission youth program, the JK government has recently decided to make 75 village’s part of the tourist circuit in the rural areas.
Highlighting the objective behind the initiative, Manoj Sinha observed that the UT Government is adopting best practices recognizing the uniqueness of each village and showcasing the landscapes, indigenous knowledge systems, cultural diversity & heritage, local values & traditions, besides encouraging film shooting and offering financial incentives as well as ensuring a digital platform to all these villages.
Emphasizing on harnessing the potential of the younger population and making them self-reliant, he reiterated the government’s commitment to provide maximum and equal opportunities to youth from different backgrounds and enabling their involvement in policies that affect them.
Government is addressing the needs of our youth and responding to innovative ideas to build a strong future.
This scheme can simultaneously address the challenge of global warming and unemployment. Youth will be our brand ambassador for green tourism making the development more sustainable while bringing prosperity to the community.
He said that under Mission Youth’s initiative, registered youth and Self Help Groups are being provided with the opportunity to be a part of the Government’s endeavor to transform the villages of J&K.