Minister for Rural Development, Law and Parliamentary Affairs, Ali Mohammad Sagar has reiterated the need for sustained awareness about the various welfare schemes undertaken by the Government.
The Minister was interacting with a group of media persons after inaugurating a Mega Developmental Jammu Kashmir Photo Exhibition Organized by the Department of Information and Public Relations at Kalakendra Jammu. Director Information and Public Relations, Farooq Renzushah, Director Rural Development Kashmir, Jehangir Mir and senior officers of the Information Department were present.
The Photo exhibits depict the various initiatives undertaken by the Government in different sectors like infrastructural development, irrigation, Housing and Urban Development, R&B, restoration works of heritage and culture, mega projects initiated by the present Government which include Super Specialty Hospital at GMC, Baglihar Power Project, Salal Power Project, Peerkho Development Project, construction of district hospitals, Model villages, construction of PHCs, district tourist complexes at Mansar and Sanasar, Sewerage Treatment Plant at Bhagwati Nagar, fourth bridge over river Tawi, renovation works of heritage complexes like Mubarak Mandi, Akhnoor and other prestigious projects.
Complimenting the Information Department for organizing such types of exhibitions, Mr. Sagar said that by these endeavours the people come to know about the developmental activities undertaken by the Jammu and kashmir Government. He said that the department is acting as an effective bridge between the Government and the people by creating a proper and sustained awareness about the welfare schemes undertaken by the coalition Government.
Mr. Sagar later visited an exhibition organized by the Khadi Village Industrial Commission at the same venue in which about 75 stalls of various Khadi and handicraft items have been installed depicting various varieties of Khadi products from different districts of the State.