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Joint Committee of Women and Child Development UP, others call on LG

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SRINAGAR: A delegation of the Joint Committee of Women and Child Development, Uttar Pradesh led by its Chairperson Neelima Katiyar called on Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha at Raj Bhawan today.

The members of the Joint Committee apprised the Lt Governor about the visits and activities of the panel during their study tour. They shared their views on the ongoing development scenario and the improved socioeconomic conditions in Jammu Kashmir.

Discussion was also held on the unprecedented transformation in Jammu Kashmir over the last four years in the areas of women empowerment, Tourism Sector, economy, education, peace and prosperity and cleaning of Dal Lake.

The Lt Governor shared a number of developmental steps taken in Jammu Kashmir to bring transparency, accountability and responsibility in the governance system. “More than 1000 Public services have been made Online and many are linked with auto-escalation mode and financial penalty for delay of services,” he said.

Sri Sri Gurunatha Moksha from Rishikula Bangalore called on Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha and discussed the promotion of the Trika Tradition (Kashmir Shaivism) in the region.

Meanwhile, Junaid Azim Mattu, Mayor, Srinagar Municipal Corporation called on Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha at Raj Bhawan.

Mattu discussed various developmental issues, the promotion of sports and the welfare of the people, especially the members of marginalised communities in Srinagar.

Dr. Beena Budki, President of Hindi Kashmiri Sangam also called on the Lt Governor and was apprised about the activities of the organisation including the promotion of culture and literature.

She also presented her book ‘Kokh ki Peeda’ and Urdu translation of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore Ji’s‘Geetanjali’.

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