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Phase- 3 of 'Back to Village' programme in J-K connects administration to grassroots

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Phase- 3 of 'Back to Village' programme in J-K connects administration to grassroots

Phase- 3 of 'Back to Village' programme in J-K connects administration to grassroots

Third phase of public-friendly programme 'Back to Village' aims to solve grievances of people of Kashmir from grassroots.

People living in villages are participating in the programme and interacting with authorities.

Locals have opportunity with this programme to directly express their suggestions and grievances.

Programme was launched by Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir Manoj Sinha.

To review the transparency, J-K Lieutenant Governor visited Sumbal in Bandipora.

Lieutenant Governor Sinha met youth and children during his visit.


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