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According to Official data no major law and order situation was witnessed in Kashmir since January 1 this year.
Following the revocation of Article 370, the law of the land has prevailed over the atmosphere of fear and lawlessness. Concrete steps have been taken by government to end corruption.
The Centre has laid a lot of emphasis on the development of Jammu and Kashmir. Reforms have been brought in the Union Territory to deliver good governance.
The Central Government has taken several steps for the improvement of business and trade sector in Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.
According to Official data no major law and order situation was witnessed in Kashmir since January 1 this year barring a few incidents that were small in nature.
A slew of development measures over past one year mark the first anniversary of creation of Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.
The Power department was unbundled into 5 autonomous corporations with independent mandates and responsibilities.
After Ladakh, became a Union Territory, various panchayats are directly benefitting from the Government Schemes.
Several new road links were either constructed or widened under various centrally sponsored schemes for the benefit of the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
The Awaaz-e-Awaam Portal of Jammu and Kashmir also includes a mechanism for registering and monitoring the grievances received from Public Outreach Meetings by the Advisors.
J&K, a first-of-its-kind initiative by the government embarked on the ambitious ‘Back to Village’ programme last year to reach out to the people at grassroots level.
J&K and Ladakh were declared Open Defecation Free in the month of September 2018, quite one year in advance.
The 9-phase Jammu and Kashmir Panchayati Raj Elections in 2018 witnessed a record voter turnout of 74.1 per cent.
The Lieutenant Governor Girish Chandra Murmu approved a programme for hundred percent Macadamisation of all roads in J&K including.
The Government has empowered the Panchayat representatives to directly implement various centrally sponsored developmental works.
Most of the projects under Back to Village Scheme are focused on Water Conservation and Ground water harvesting in Kargil, Ladakh.
AB PM-JAY – To all residents of Jammu and Kashmir, including employees/pensioners of the Government of Jammu and Kashmir and their families.
Scheme of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries, SFURTI is an initiative by Ministry of MSME to promote Cluster development.
“Back to Village” programme that was launched in June last year in a first of its kind in Jammu and Kashmir.
Ayushman Bharat Scheme – The Health Sector has witnessed considerable growth with the building of health infrastructure.
Khadi Village Industries Commission (KVIC) has been at the forefront of rural development and is one of the important arm of the government.