J&K Administration’s Online Initiatives Bring Relief | Pension Renewal and Scooties at Doorstep

J&K Administration’s Online Initiatives Bring Relief | Pension Renewal and Scooties at Doorstep For those who are deprived in society and who are suffering, there is no nobler work than providing government facilities within the time limit to the deprived people of the society who are in trouble, said the Lieutenant Governor of Jammu & Kashmir, Shri Manoj Sinha. The Deputy Commissioner and his entire team of government officers and employees have worked hard to complete this task. For all the officers and employees of the government. I would like to express my gratitude to all such people, LG said. Now with the help of technology such a system has been made that your pension will be renewed sitting at home. Now you do not need to go anywhere, the administration has made efforts to ensure that all the facilities reach your doorstep. And for this I would like to say again and again that my friends who have completed this work together, I believe that there is still a great work to be done. And I hope that you will continue this work in future also, LG said. My form was sanctioned in one month, said a resident. The government and the social welfare department Kashmir is doing a good job online. Another female said that her husband had died two years ago and she had been married for just four years. I have two small kids, said the widowed female. The Social Welfare Department gives me a pension of Rs 1000 per month with which I pay off the fees. I am thankful to the LG government. A disabled man said this is for the first time that positive work is happening. The scooties for disabled is like giving them legs. LG has transformed our entire life. People getting scooty and pension were thankful towards the administration for getting this opportunity. I faced great difficulty in walking and what was two minutes work took me 10 minutes. Now the scooty will help me do my work easily. We want all this to happen in the future too and hope it helps those who are weaker than us, said a kind hearted disabled person in J&K.

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