A statement released by the provincial government states: “Now, the administration has successfully conducted elections for the CDC and local urban authorities. in Jammu and Kashmir, so the ‘Return to the Village’ program has arrived at the gates of the rural population and the ‘My Town My Pride’ program has been successfully launched for people’s progress and prosperity during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Infrastructure development was given top priority. Construction work on the highest railway bridge in the world has already been completed. Being built as part of the Udhampur-Srinagar-Baramulla railway project, the Chenab River bridge is expected to be completed by the end of 2022. The statement stated that an elevated light rail corridor to provide a state-authorized facility. Technical infrastructure for those who reside in the Jammu and Kashmir region to be completed within four years.
20 projects have already been completed, while 43 projects are in via of completion by the end of 2022. For the rest of the country, construction work has also begun on the Zozilla Tunnel. At a historic moment, the Rural Business Acceleration Program was launched for groups of auto-aid to women within the Jammu Kashmir Rural Livelihoods mission aimed at achieving economic emancipation in rural India.
The J & K-Promoting and Mentoring Self-Help Groups program for Women in SAATH’s Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) is tasked with providing mentoring and manual support to these women. The statement also said that significant progress has been made with the opening of seven new medical colleges in Baramulla and Anantnag with over 1,400 paramedics.
In addition, two new Indian Medical Sciences Institutes (AIIMS) have been established in Avantipur and Samba, as well as five new nursing colleges and a cancer institute. To ensure that children attending school are monitored for early disease detection, the department has successfully launched the Student Health Card Scheme, through which more than 800,000 students have already benefited.
In addition, there has been a sudden change in the pattern of cultivation, harvesting and marketing to increase the production and sale of other popular agricultural products from the region, including saffron, tulips, cherries and mushrooms. Not only that, Jammu and Kashmir have been in able to keep up with the rapid pace of information technology in the region by providing easy, seamless and digital administrative and business services.
Likewise, the government has injected new energy by creating information technology labs, assisted learning centers computer and a knowledge network program for children to access studio online. The government has already implemented an application mobile to address complaints and digitize daily activities, such as ration buying, business and trade registration.