- Back to Village is the celebration of inclusive development, Jan Bhagidari & public awareness: LG
- This is a unique and ambitious exercise to bring government to the people’s doorstep: LG
- People want development, prosperity for society and a better future for the country, says LG
- Those with a vested interest are shaken by UT’s global transformation and rapid socio-economic growth: LG
- It is not only the responsibility of the police and security forces to establish peace, but also the primary objective of every stakeholder in the community as well as those in the civil administration to ensure that all sections of society benefit from the fruits of development: LG
- “B2V also provides every individual with the opportunity to thwart harmful attempts by anti-social elements. People should expose the justification or glorification of terrorism under any pretext by those who attempt to disrupt the peace,” says the LG
- LG directs DCs and relevant departments to ensure saturation of all deliverables
- ‘People First’ should be the spirit of B2V. It is the responsibility of the administration to look after the interests of the common man and to help them to prosper: LG
- Over 25,000 government employees at all levels will participate, including 4,500 official officers who will be deployed to the Panchayats
- Emphasis on youth, skills development, self-employment, strengthening of PRI, Nasha-Mukt Panchayat, 100% saturation of social protection schemes for sustainable and inclusive development
About 60,000-65,000 youths for self-employment support and one lakh youths for vocational training to be identified
SRINAGAR, OCTOBER 29: Lt. Governor Manoj Sinha chaired a high-level meeting to review progress and further action plan for saturation of deliverables during the ongoing return-to-village program.
Back to Village is a celebration of inclusive development, Jan Bhagidari and public awareness. This is a unique and ambitious exercise in bringing government to the people’s doorsteps, observed the Lieutenant Governor.
The Lieutenant Governor emphasized the role of the people, public officials and government departments in the peace and development process. He said it is not only the responsibility of the police and security forces to establish peace, but also the primary goal of every stakeholder in the community as well as those in the civil administration of s ensure that all sections of society benefit from the fruits of development.
“Back to Village also offers every individual the opportunity to foil the infamous attempt of anti-social elements. People should expound the justification or glorification of terrorism under any guise by those who attempt to disrupt the peace,” the Lieutenant Governor said.
People are now taking to the streets to isolate individuals who spread hatred and incite violence. People want development, prosperity for society and a better future for the country. Those with a vested interest are being shaken by the overall transformation of the Union Territory and rapid socio-economic growth, the Lieutenant Governor observed.
After being briefed on the goals to be achieved during the ongoing Return to the Village program, the Lieutenant Governor directed the Deputy Commissioners and relevant departments to ensure saturation of all deliverables.
‘People First’ should be the spirit of the Back to Village program. It is the responsibility of the administration to look after the interests of the common man and to help him to prosper. Officers in the field should establish close interaction and cooperation with the population as well as with the PRI, monitor the quality of public service delivery and assess bottlenecks in the field, the Lieutenant Governor said. to officers.
Our goal is to saturate deliverables, identify gaps and take immediate corrective action. Effective implementation of Return to the Village initiatives will enhance economic growth and social change, Lt Governor added.
We focus on youth, skills development, self-employment, strengthening PRI, Nasha-Mukt Panchayat, 100% saturation of social protection schemes for sustainable and inclusive development, he added.
The Lieutenant Governor asked visiting officers to identify youth for self-employment and skills development programs based on their abilities. He further called for onboarding private and government banks to provide financial assistance to young people for self-employment.
The lieutenant governor asked the IT department to educate young people about threats related to online gambling, cybersecurity and information security.
On the sidelines of the meetings, the Lt Governor gave an update on the situation of lumpy skin disease in UT and ordered to intensify nebulization and vaccination activities, especially in rural areas.
Rohit Kansal, Principal Secretary to the Government, Department of Public Information, briefed the meeting on the action-oriented deliverables for the fourth edition of Back to Village.
More than 25,000 government employees at all levels will participate, including 4,500 official officers who will be deployed in the Panchayats. About 15 to 18 lakh people are expected to attend the Back to Village-IV. The target has been set to issue certificates from 2 to 2.50 lakh under various services. As much as One lakh Ayushman Bharat Golden Cards and about 10 lakh land passbooks to be issued.
60,000 to 65,000 youths (15 youths per panchayat) for self-employment assistance and one lakh youth (20 youths from each panchayat) for vocational training to be identified.
Common service center stalls are set up, in addition camps for people with disabilities are organized in panchayats. E-shram cards, Apki Zamin Apki Nigrani, Paani Smitis work, Digital J&K paint in every Panchayat, Water quality test, Amrit Sarovars & Youth club inspection; inspection of Patwari & VLW offices; at least one sports activity and one cultural activity in each panchayat are part of the deliverables of the B2V program.
The performance of the visiting officers to be evaluated and the ranking of the departments will be based on the feedback received from the population. Back to Village-IV data will be digitized, it has been reported.
Dr. Arun Kumar Mehta, Chief Secretary; Sh Atal Dulloo, Additional Chief Secretary, Agricultural Production Department; The Administrative Secretaries, Divisional Commissioner of Kashmir, Deputy Commissioners, Heads of Departments and other senior officers attended the meeting, in person and through virtual mode, at the Civil Secretariat.