Lieutenant Governor of Jammu & Kashmir Shri Manoj Sinha attended the Back to Village programme at Garkhal border village, Akhnoor. The Back to Village programme, he said, has been carefully crafted keeping in mind certain things. He said the programme of dialogues is very important. The work of district administration starts from here. Which is the most important suggestion that we need to include in the UT Capex budget? Back to Village provides an opportunity for effective planning and roadmap for execution with PRIs to fulfil the dream of Gram Swaraj, said the LG. That is why the budget process has been put on hold. When the desired information comes in from the panchayats, the budget process will proceed. Utmost priority will be given to public aspirations and expectations and work will be taken up on the basis of this. If the elected representatives, people and the panchayat administration work together then this power can become an engine of growth, he said. Service deliveries need to be ensured and saturated. There is this common perception that there is no money, how will work ever get done? It is important that we make people aware of the potential of the village and how much have the resources increased in the last three years, said LG Manoj Sinha.