KATHUA: The latest episode of ‘Awaam Ki Awaaz’- the address of Lt. Governor Manoj Sinha aired today across district Kathua received an overwhelming response of people from all walks of life as they gathered in large numbers to listen to the programme.
Special Choupals were organised at different Panchayats to update the inhabitants of rural periphery about the progressive steps taken by the administration. The Lt Governor lauded the achievers who have done well by availing welfare schemes of the government with their extraordinary commitment and courage.
At remote sub division Bani, Special Choupal was organised in the local Panchayat Ghar where people listened to the message of Lt. Governor which was on fast changing development profile of Jammu Kashmir and its march towards inclusive and sustainable development.
Similarly, in Border sub division Hiranagar, people participated with great enthusiasm in Special Choupal to listen to the live broadcast of Awaam Ki Awaaz and the message of LG Administration.
Likewise, Special Choupals were organised in Billawar, Kathua and Basohli sub divisions which also witnessed overwhelming participation of locals.
The people of Kathua District have expressed their gratitude to the LG administration for this programme wherein they can listen to a plethora of ideas projected by individuals.
This episode was special as the LG mentioned about the suggestions and ideas put forth by the individuals belonging to district Kathua.
Sonika Sharma from Kathua is an iconic manifestation of successful women entrepreneurs. Her business in the dairy sector is inspiring for budding female entrepreneurs across the UT.
Rohit Khajuria from Billawar, Kathua suggested promoting integrated policy of postings and reforms in government schools.
Kathua residents Sandeep Razdan and Ajay Sharma have emerged as the new age entrepreneurs by harnessing the government support and complementing it with their inventiveness.
Ishaan Gupta from Hiranagar, Kathua wants promotion of the new age concept ‘food trucks’ in Jammu Kashmir for young entrepreneurs.
Pertinently, the aim of the Awaam Ki Awaaz programme was to provide a platform to the people to share their ideas, opinions and other matters of public interest besides discussing the issues of public importance in order to find their solutions.