Good governance is a must to solve the problems of common people at the ground level in Jammu and Kashmir.
Recently Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha in the 18th edition of the ‘Awaam Ki Awaaz’ programme termed trust and transparency as the heart of Good Governance.
Recalling his recent visits to three districts of Poonch, Kishtwar and Doda, he said hard work, competence, integrity and unwavering loyalty to serve people have opened up exciting new possibilities and opportunities in three districts of Poonch, Doda and Kishtwar which were ignored for several decades.
The concerted effort to generate awareness about government schemes is yielding the desired result. People have become conscious of their rights and duties. Transparency in the administration, efficient implementation of policies has helped in developing a constructive system.
He said the UT administration is committed to development priorities, improvement of infrastructure in Amrit Kaal Khand.
By following the path of equality and social harmony, we can attain the goal of self-reliant Jammu and Kashmir.
Understanding that the creation of a new progressive society is possible if every individual is sensitive and strives to bring about a positive change, he lauded the efforts of two young Civil Engineers from Bandipora, who have come out with a path-breaking solution to prevent cold weather damage to roads. They have used biomedical plastic waste in bituminous road construction to make the roads resilient and economical.