Samba LIVE Updates: Democracy has reached grassroot level in J&K, says PM Modi

I promise, J&K youth won’t suffer like their parents, grandparents: PM Narendera Modi

E-inaugurates 850 MW Rattle Hydro Power Project, all weather Qazigund-Banihal 8.45 km long rail tunnel; 500 KW Solar power plant for Pali village, 108 Jan Aushudi Centres, E Gram Swaraj Portal for land records; Panchayats to be strengthened everywhere

Prime Minister Narendera Modi Sunday said reached out to youth of J&K stating he promises that the youth of the UT won’t suffer the way their parents and grandparents suffered in the past.

“I assure, rather promise that youth of J&K won’t see hardships and sufferings seen by their parents and grandparents,” PM Modi thundered from the stage at Pali Panchayat block in Samba district of Jammu region

He said neither the place for new for him nor was he new for people. “Today, Rs 20,000 Crore worth projects related to connectivity and electricity have been inaugurated. Local youth of this place will get jobs,” he said.

He said Jan Aushudi cards will help poor people get medicines at cheaper rates. “Today, is yet another beginning of J&K’s march towards development,” PM Modi said. He said that Pali Panchayat village will be the first Carbon-neutral Panchyat of the J&K.

“Today, I met Panchayat representatives. Heard them, their dreams and mission. I felt happy after seeing their commitment towards development. Today, Panchayat representatives showed me what Sab Ka Prayas actually is,” the PM Modi said.

He said that in the past 10 days, villagers have been providing free food to guests coming to attend the rally. “I salute all the villagers of Pali for their commitment,” Modi said, adding that “celebrating Panchayati Raj Diwas in J&K is a significant development. It is evident that democracy has reached to the grassroots level in J&K and I am addressing all panchayats of India from this place.”

In J&K, there are more than 30,000 panchayati representatives who are running governance related affairs. “For the first time, peaceful three-tier Panchayati elections were held,” he said. “Past two years, have seen huge development in J&K. Almost 200 new laws were extended to J&K and empowered people of this place.”

The most benefit reached out to Dalits, women, children and downtrodden of J&K. “I feel proud, today after 75 years, Walmiki Samaj people are equal to any other citizen of India. These people suffered a lot,” the PM said. “These people got freedom after 75 years of India’s independence.”

He said LPG gas connection, Sawach Bharat scheme or any other Central scheme, J&K is on the forefront. “I also met a Gulf delegation. They are quite enthusiastic about J&K. Post 1947, just Rs 17000 outside investment reached J&K. But in just the past two years, Rs 38000 cr investment proposals stand cleared for the J&K,” the PM Modi said, adding that while corruption is being crushed by the clean administration which has raised the confidence of investors. This year, for preservation of lakes, huge funds were earmarked.

He said that he feels happy after e-inaugurating Rattle power project. “Power sector is having huge potential to take J&K to new heights,” PM Modi said. He said every panchayat will be strengthened further. The PM Modi said that government led by him is committed to provide clean and safe drinking water to every household in the years ahead


“I am here with a message of development. To give speed to development in J&K, projects worth over Rs 20,000 crore have been inaugurated today,” said PM Modi at Palli Village in Samba.

PM Narendra Modi laid the foundation stones for the 850 MW Ratle Hydroelectric Project & 540 MW Kwar Hydroelectric Project to be constructed on the Chenab river in Kishtwar District on Sunday (April 24, 2022).

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was in Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday (April 24, 2022) to mark National Panchayati Raj Day and address gram sabhas across the country. PM Modi also inaugurated multiple development initiatives worth over Rs 20,000 crore.

A suspected blast was reported by villagers in open agricultural land in Lalian village, Bishnah, Jammu on Sunday morning. According to ANI reports, the police is suspecting a lightning strike or a meteorite. The investigation is currently underway, said Jammu & Kashmir Police.

Security arrangements have been strengthened ahead of PM Modi`s visit to Jammu and Kashmir`s Palli. The Jammu and Kashmir officials said a multi-tier security setup has been put in place as a part of foolproof security for the PM’s rally.

This will be PM Modi’s first visit to the union territory, other than his trip to the border posts, since the abrogation of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir in August 2019


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