Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) at Ramban and Kishtwar have been virtually established before everyone on November 17, 2022, said the Lieutenant Governor of Jammu & Kashmir Shri Manoj Sinha. In all areas of Jammu, Krishi Vigyan Kendra will soon start working. There could not have been a better start to the launch of the five-day farmers’ conference, he said. Many times policies are made but there remains a gap in their implementation. The policies worked out for the farmers do not face such implementation gaps, are being worked out. KVKs form an integral part of the National Agricultural Research System (NARS). It serves as the link between the NARS and farmers. The Krishi Vigyan Kendra provides all kinds of farm support to the agricultural sector. It also creates awareness about the improved agricultural technologies. Recently, the Lt Governor Manoj Sinha met the honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The LG mentioned to the PM about the farmers conference and asked for his support. The PM has given his assurance that in J&K’s agriculture and allied sectors, whatever the people want to implement the Indian government will fully support it. The PM has set a big goal and I think the contribution of J&K should not be less than any other state, stated the LG. To make this happen, it is necessary that the agriculture and the allied sector is fully transformed and we need to work together to achieve this.