Mufti seeks people support to establish corrupt free system
GK NEWS NETWORK
Mantalai (Udhampur), May 26: Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) patron Mufti Muhamamd Sayeed today sought support of the people to change the “present inept and corrupt system”.
He said that PDP, during short span of tenure, had proved how a change could be brought about in the life of the people even with a fractured mandate.
Addressing a public meeting here today, Mufti reminded the gathering that PDP led regime had changed the fundamental of politics and administrative system through its conviction and commitment.
He especially mentioned various developmental projects which were initiated in this belt during the PDP led regime. “This region remained neglected for decades together and it was only during the tenure of PDP led regime that various developmental projects were initiated”, he said and mentioned towards various comprehensive projects for exploring tourism potential in this belt which were started during that period.
He said that this area-which comprises parts of Udhampur and Ramban districts, has huge potential of tourism so there was a need to formulate a comprehensive policy to development new tourist destinations in this belt
. He pointed out that there was an apprehension among locals that after construction of the Nashri tunnel on Jammu-Srinagar national highway this area would be ignored and sidelined.
“There is a need to constitute an exclusive tourism circuit for this region connecting all tourist spots like Chenani, Mantalai, Sudhmahadev, Latti, Patnitop, Sanasar, Kud and Batote to develop this belt as separate tourist destination to divert pilgrims and other tourists towards this side”, he emphasized and observed that properly exploitation of tourism potential would change socio-economic conditions of the people.
He said that instead of treating this belt as transit tourist destination, this region be development as a separate tourist circuit. He also demanded a comprehensive policy to develop Bhaderwah and famous Jai Valley as exclusive tourist destination to attract tourist from all over the world.
He demanded that adequate infrastructure should be created to develop picturesque area of Kishtwar for mountaineering because that belt has huge potential for mountaineering.
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