Srinagar: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha expresses his gratitude to the citizens for their overwhelming participation in “Bharshtachar-Mukh” Jammu and Kashmir campaign.
Addressing during this month’s Awaam Ki Awaaz radio programme, Lituenant Governor expressed his gratitude to the citizens and civil society members of the for their overwhelming participation in Bhrashtachar-Mukt J&K Campaign.
“J&K Administration has strict policy of zero tolerance against corruption. It is heartening to see collective efforts to get rid of scourge of corruption and integrated approach to strengthen transparency and accountability in the system to build progressive, prosperous Jammu Kashmir,” Lt Governor said.
He said the whole-of-society approach adopted by the Administration is instrumental in empowering citizens, mobilising people against corruption and reinforcing trust between the public and the Government.
Lt Governor highlighted the significant role of Jan Bhagidari in creating a conducive environment for a progressive society.
“Amrit Kaal gives people a unique and historic opportunity to take a great leap forward and work with one resolve and one goal of building a strong, vibrant Jammu Kashmir,” he said.
Lt Governor, appreciated Mukesh Kumar from Akhnoor and Ramban’s Rakesh Kumar for sharing their valuable suggestions for useful improvements in Bhrashtachar-Mukt J&K Campaign and accountable and responsive governance.
Lt Governor made a special mention of National Award-winning teacher Reyaz Ahmad Sheikh from Anantnag and National Youth Brilliance Awardee Urfee Yousuf, a graduate student at S.P. College Srinagar for their dedicated service and contribution in the field of education.
He lauded the endeavors of Retired School Teacher Reva Raina of Bhaderwah and Retired Bank employee Uma Sharma of Jammu for creating the right environment of learning for out-of-school children.
He also shared the inputs from Afzal Siddiqui from Srinagar, Jammu’s Danish Samnotra and Suheeb Ahmed from Shopian on promotion of tourism as a career option for youth.