JK Govt to conduct 21-Day Jan Abhiyan ahead of B2V3

JK Govt to conduct 21-Day Jan Abhiyan ahead of B2V3

‘No leaves except medical one’s will be granted during the period of Jan Abhiyan&AwamiMuhim’

Srinagar: Ahead of, The Jammu and Kashmir Government has decided to conduct a 21-day Jan Abhiyan from September 10, 2020 ahead of kicking off Back to Village (B2V3) in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir with an aim on service, delivery, development and grievance redressal to ensure more participation.
During the period of Jan Abhiyan and AwamiMuhim, no leaves except on the grounds of medical exigencies of district officers shall be sanctioned.
The UT government on Tuesday accorded sanction to grant of Rs 10 lakh in favour of each Panchayat for execution of B2V works.
However the chairman of Block Development Councils, panches and sarpanches hailed the government’s decision to sanction the amount ahead of B2V three programme in the union territory of Jammu and Kashmir.


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