Five senior Union Ministers visit Kashmir to review schemes
The Union Ministers who will visit the Union Territory (UT) include Arjun Munda who will visit Riasi, Gajenda Singh Shekhawat who will visit Kathua, and Anurag Thakur who will visit Jammu
Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi will lead a delegation of ministers to Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday. They will review the implementation of schemes after the abrogation of Article 370.
Nearly a dozen more Union Ministers will visit J&K in order to spread word about the government's policies, particularly those taken in the last five months after the abrogation of Article 370.
The Union Ministers who will visit J&K include Arjun Munda who will visit Riasi, Gajenda Singh Shekhawat who will visit Kathua, and Anurag Thakur who will visit Jammu.
Four Union Ministers including General V.K. Singh, Pratap Sarangi, Debasree Chaudhari and R.K. Singh visited different blocks of the Jammu Division on the third day of the Special Public Outreach Programme in the Union Territory on Monday.
General V.K. Singh met people in Udhampur district and inquired about their problems.
In his address, General Singh said that things which had been stagnant in the valley for years, were now being worked on rapidly. He said that for the first time, the public and the administrators were working together and monitoring every problem.