When ships were not invented then Indian sea ships used to sail and reach the corners of the world. At that time there was no navigation system and only on the basis of mathematics they used to sail perfectly. India was called the ‘golden bird’ because the steel production here at that time was the best in the world. We used to take our steel abroad and get back gold in return and hence, the nickname ‘golden bird’ for India, said the Lieutenant Governor of Jammu & Kashmir, Shri Manoj Sinha speaking at a programme by the Sheep Husbandry Department, Jammu & Kashmir for the upliftment of the tribal communities which was held at SKICC in Srinagar. RR Bhatnagar, Advisor LG, J&K said at the programme in Srinagar, it is the resolution of the Lieutenant Governor Shri Manoj Sinha that the tribal communities get all round development. And for that we need to work in a holistic manner, he said. Jahur Ahmad, a Sheep Farmer was thankful to the LG for doing these programmes for the tribal community in which they learn about schemes which are beneficial to them. Another sheep farmer, Bashir Ahmad said what the LG stated is most beneficial to the Gujjar community. LG Manoj Sinha announced, each tribal self help group will get Rs 1 lakh economic assistance and Rs 3 lakh for shearing machinery. The government will put Rs 5 crore to open Common Facilitation Centres in Srinagar and Jammu where we can develop training, skilling and marketing facilities. The LG assured that this programme will bring good results for the tribal community.