Seeds of sustainable and remunerative agriculture sown in Jammu and Kashmir

n two-three years, the Jammu and Kashmir government in the areas of social and economic system has tried many attempts to move forward in different dimensions to meet the expectations and aspirations of the common citizens. The government is paying special attention to this aspect, said Shri Manoj Sinha, Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir. How can we improve the future of Jammu and Kashmir and how to make change pervasive? There are many projects whose foundations were laid after 2019 under the guidance of the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi. There are three schemes which are worth mentioning. The first is related to the Agriculture and Allied Sector. Around 70 percent of Kashmir’s population is tied to farming and associated activities. Their livelihood is dependent on agriculture, horticulture, animal husbandry, dairy and other allied industries. Many important policies were made for a new thinking and new system. To increase the wages of farmers important decisions were taken. To achieve the target aimed by the Prime Minister to double the wages of the farmers, the government is running multiple plans. In these endeavours, the LG stated that Jammu and Kashmir has been successful in achieving 100 percent saturation.

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