Says youth are custodians of future, their contribution significant for J&K’s progress
Srinager, May 30 : The Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, Manoj Sinha on Tuesday emphasized the crucial role of the youth as the custodians of our future and highlighted their significant contribution to the progress of the union territory.
“I am pleased to inform you that the administration is making all possible efforts for the better future of our youth,” stated LG Manoj Sinha in Baramulla where he inaugurated several crucial infrastructure projects, such as 7 custom hiring centers for farmers and 9 polygreen houses for Self Help Groups (SHGs).
“We are committed to providing ample opportunities for our youth and sportspersons to showcase their skills, and we are working diligently towards securing a bright future for them,” he affirmed.
“Our initiatives in health, education infrastructure, connectivity, and the empowerment of women and youth have created a wide range of opportunities,” expressed the Lieutenant Governor.
“Our focus on balanced development is benefiting all sections of society, including previously marginalized areas that are now integrated into the mainstream,” he added.
“Inaugurated several key infrastructure projects, 7 Custom Hiring Centres for farmers, 9 Poly Green Houses for SHGs in Baramulla District. This aspirational district has transformed itself into a centre of economic importance in the last few years,” the LG office in a tweet said.
“Our initiatives in health, education, infrastructure, connectivity & emphasis on empowering women & youth have opened up a vast array of opportunities. Focus on balanced development is benefitting all sections of society & backward areas are being linked to the mainstream,” he said.
“Youth are the custodians of our future and they have a significant role to play in J&K’s progress. In order to provide an opportunity for our youth and sportspersons to demonstrate their skills, we are making all possible efforts and this mission will continue in the future,” the LG said.