The J & K government is trying to develop rural areas right from the village level in order to change their socio economic conditions.
Recently Advisor to Lieutenant Governor, visited Naranag area of Ganderbal district, and assessed development needs of the area besides interacting with PRI representatives and locals to take stock of their issues and concerns.
The visit is part of UT administration’s commitment towards ensuring good governance at the doorsteps of common masses.
During the interaction with locals, he discussed a wide range of issues like access to quality education and healthcare, mobile connectivity, environmental preservation and promotion of tourism in the area.
The local residents shared their challenges, aspirations, and suggestions to further improve overall development and well-being of the area.
While interacting with the PRI representatives and locals, Advisor Bhatnagar remarked that the present LG led administration is committed towards welfare of all sections of the society. Since the past three years, the administration has reached to the doors of common masses through various programs like Back to Village, Block Divas and others. He added that the government is focusing on collaborative efforts between the government and the public towards a shared vision of progress and prosperity.