DC Kupwara flags-off J&K RTC Bus service to Tangdhar, Teetwal

KUPWARA, MAY 09: In order to provide better transport facilities to the people and promote border tourism in the district, the Deputy Commissioner (DC) Kupwara, Dr. Doifode Sagar Dattatray today flagged-off newly allotted J&K RTC Bus Service to Tangdhar and Teetwal from D.C Office Kupwara, here.
J&K RTC bus service to Tangdhar, Teetwal is aimed at providing better transport facilities to the people of Sub division Karnah, Kralpora and Chowkibal areas.
Bus offers comfortable to and fro travel experience and is equipped with state of art technology, comfortable seats besides its safety features will facilitate tourists visiting to Drangyari, Chowkibal, Sadna Pass, Tangdhar, Teetwal and other enroute tourist destinations.
While congratulating people during the flagging-off ceremony, the DC said that the District Administration is committed to providing better transport facilities to the people of Kupwara district. He said that the Bus service to Tangdhar and Teetwal and other enroute areas will be highly beneficial for the general public and also facilitate the tourists.
Dr. Sagar further said that as the tourist footfall has increased in the district, transport services, road connectivity, homestay and tourism infrastructure besides other related facilities are continuously being improved and upgraded by the District Administration on priority to give a boost to the tourism activities in Kupwara.
Meanwhile, PRIs and local people of Teetwal, Tangdhar, Kralpora, Chowkibal and other enroute areas have expressed their gratitude to the District Administration for requisitioning and starting bus service for them and making their travel easy and comfortable.
Implementation of Mission Youth schemes reviewed at Ganderbal
GANDERBAL, MAY 09: A meeting was held today under the chairmanship of Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) Ganderbal, Mehraj-u-din Shah at VC Room, here to review the implementation of Mission Youth schemes in the district.
After threadbare discussion, the ADC directed the concerned J&K Bank branches to dispose-off all the pendencies within a week’s time.
Further, they were also directed to share the monthly progress reports made under different mission schemes to the sponsoring department for its timely submission to higher ups.
Highlighting the importance of the schemes, the ADC asked the concerned officers to generate mass awareness among the educated and unemployed youth of the district about the schemes and ensure their maximum coverage under the beneficiary oriented schemes.
The meeting was attended by District Nodal Officer, JKEDI, Employment Officer, Ganderbal, District Manager Lead Bank and other concerned officers.

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