Development in J&K

Development in J&K

Due to the sustained efforts by the central government J&K is on the path of development and progress.

Recently LG Manoj Sinha said that the accelerated development in the UT, under the guidance of Hon’ble Prime Minister, has changed the perspective of the world towards Jammu Kashmir.

Earlier J&K was called the hotspot of terrorism but today it is a hotspot of tourism and progress.  Last year, a record 1.88 crore tourists visited Jammu Kashmir and I am confident it will cross 2.25 crore this year.

The speed of our work has increased 10 times in comparison to the period before 2019. New aspirations have been born in the society, new resolutions have arisen among youth and in Amrit Kaal, J&K is at par with developed states on many parameters of development.

Reiterating the commitment to meet the needs of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, the Lt Governor said the land for centre of excellence has been identified and will be allotted soon.

Aniket Sunil Talati, President ICAI expressed gratitude to the Lt Governor led UT Administration for addressing their demand of the allotment of land for ICAI’s centre of excellence in Jammu Kashmir.

Ranjeet Kumar Agarwal, Vice President, ICAI; CA. (Dr) Raj Kumar Adukia , Chairman, CMEPS; CA. Purushottamlal Khandelwal, Vice Chairman, CMEPS; CA. (Dr) Jai Kumar, Secretary, ICAI; CA. (Dr) Debashis Mitra, Immediate Past President , ICAI; members of ICAI in public service from across the country were present.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.