J&K formulating and executing policies for sustainable growth: LG Sinha

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Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Friday said ”we are formulating and executing policies” to ensure sustainable growth and employment generation in Jammu and Kashmir.

The Lt Governor Sinha said this while addressing the inauguration of the J&K Trade Show 2024 at Kashmir Heritage Government Arts Emporium, Srinagar on Friday.

The Lt Governor welcomed the artisans, weavers, growers, and business entrepreneurs.

“We are formulating and executing policies keeping in mind the region’s rich culture, heritage, and agricultural excellence to ensure sustainable growth and employment generation. I am happy to see One District, One Product is encouraging economic opportunities,” the Lt Governor said.

He lauded the endeavour of the Industries & Commerce Department and J&K Trade & Promotion Organization (JKTPO) to promote the diverse sectors of handicrafts, handloom, agriculture, and horticulture.

“J&K Trade Show reflects that Jammu Kashmir has ushered in an era of opportunities. It also reiterates our commitment to create a vibrant business and trade ecosystem in the UT and provide a new identity to J&K’s unique cultural and artistic heritage in the global market,” the Lt Governor said.

The Lt Governor highlighted the key initiatives of UT Administration, under the guidance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, to bring reforms in Agriculture, Handloom, and Handicraft sectors.

He said under the leadership of the Prime Minister, the administration has been successful in promoting Brand Jammu Kashmir on the global platform.

“Our mantra of Reform, Perform and Transform has brought a positive change in the lives of artisans, weavers, farmers, entrepreneurs, and other stakeholders,” the Lt Governor added.

Highlighting the growth opportunities in sectors like industries, handicraft, handloom, agriculture & allied sector, food processing, and agro-based industry, the Lt Governor called upon the artisans, weavers, buyers, producers, and entrepreneurs to contribute to realising the potential of Jammu Kashmir.

Earlier, the Lt Governor visited the stalls put up by the artisans, weavers, growers, and entrepreneurs, from J&K and other regions, showcasing their products to the buyers from India and abroad.

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