Foundation stone laid for Transport Nagar Jammu
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Foundation stone laid for Transport Nagar Jammu

Today, Jammu's Transport Nagar was upgraded thanks to the dedication of the foundation by Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha.

The ambitious project, according to the Lt. Governor, will facilitate frictionless trade movements and provide the region's economic and commercial operations a fresh push.

Once finished, the improvement project for the road, drainage system, and street lighting will restore Transport Nagar's glory as a commercial centre. Additionally, he added, it will make life easier for regular people and visiting businessmen from outside the Union Territory.

The Lt. Governor reaffirmed the government's dedication to creating inclusive, resilient, and green cities. He added that ongoing efforts are being made to improve urban regions' quality of life, accelerate economic growth, and increase overall prosperity for people.

The largest strength of our socioeconomic system is its centres of commerce, and the growth of these hubs is strongly correlated with both the well-being of the general populace and the effectiveness of governmental institutions. The Lt Governor stated, "Our goal is to translate the blueprint for the sustainable city into the roadmap for the development of UT.

The Lt. Governor also emphasised the importance of the general public in achieving the goal of creating thriving and sustainable cities.

According to him, citizen involvement is crucial for improving cities' appeal, encouraging investment, reducing the effects of climate change, and generating income for neighbourhood services.

Cities are hubs of economic activity and cultural flourishing in addition to being physical locations. The Lt. Governor noted that the city gives its residents chances and satisfies their dreams.

"Projects for smart cities in Jammu and Srinagar are ready to take off. The Lt. Governor stated that "effective planning, efficient resource management, careful consideration of heritage, ecology, and pace of growth, as well as public participation, will result in equitable and sustainable development.

The Lt Governor noted that the cleanliness push has evolved into a people's movement under the leadership of the Hon'ble Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, and that its positive sociocultural impact on the ground.

The Lt. Governor urged the people of J&K to take use of the amenities provided by the Municipal Corporations and to help improve their cities.

He continued, "We all must work together to create Jammu a really smart City and to make Jammu the cleanest city.

The Lt. Governor also emphasised the changes implemented for J&K's overall development as well as the ground-breaking measures made to restructure the agricultural industry and corporate operations.

"The day of regional discrimination is over." The Lt. Governor declared, "We support equitable development and equal opportunity for all."

Our goal is to eradicate corruption from J&K. In order to guarantee public services to citizens, the Public Services Guarantee Act shall be implemented in letter and spirit, he stressed.

Speaking at the event, JMC Mayor Rajinder Sharma commended the corporate entities and other stakeholders on the effort they had done to upgrade Transport Nagar.

Dr. Arun Kumar Mehta, the chief secretary, discussed making Jammu City one of the top cities in the nation in terms of facilities, cleanliness, and tourism growth. He stated that a lot of new projects will soon be finished.

The information on the numerous projects earmarked for the development of Transport Nagar was provided by Dheeraj Gupta, Principal Secretary to the Government, Housing & Urban Development Department.

The event was attended by Ramesh Kumar, Divisional Commissioner Jammu, and Additional CEO- Jammu Metropolitan Region Development Authority (JMRDA), Baldev Singh Billawaria, Deputy Mayor, JMC, Avny Lavasa, Deputy Commissioner Jammu, Rahul Yadav, Commissioner JMC, Pankaj Magotra, VC, JDA, ULB members, officers of the UT administration and JMRDA, representatives of the business community and transport associations.

Today, Jammu's Transport Nagar was upgraded thanks to the dedication of the foundation by Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha. The ambitious project, according to the Lt. Governor, will facilitate frictionless trade movements and provide the region's economic and commercial operations a fresh push. Once finished, the improvement project for the road, drainage system, and street lighting will restore Transport Nagar's glory as a commercial centre. Additionally, he added, it will make life easier for regular people and visiting businessmen from outside the Union Territory. The Lt. Governor reaffirmed the government's dedication to creating inclusive, resilient, and green cities. He added that ongoing efforts are being made to improve urban regions' quality of life, accelerate economic growth, and increase overall prosperity for people. The largest strength of our socioeconomic system is its centres of commerce, and the growth of these hubs is strongly correlated with both the well-being of the general populace and the effectiveness of governmental institutions. The Lt Governor stated, Our goal is to translate the blueprint for the sustainable city into the roadmap for the development of UT. The Lt. Governor also emphasised the importance of the general public in achieving the goal of creating thriving and sustainable cities. According to him, citizen involvement is crucial for improving cities' appeal, encouraging investment, reducing the effects of climate change, and generating income for neighbourhood services. Cities are hubs of economic activity and cultural flourishing in addition to being physical locations. The Lt. Governor noted that the city gives its residents chances and satisfies their dreams. Projects for smart cities in Jammu and Srinagar are ready to take off. The Lt. Governor stated that effective planning, efficient resource management, careful consideration of heritage, ecology, and pace of growth, as well as public participation, will result in equitable and sustainable development. The Lt Governor noted that the cleanliness push has evolved into a people's movement under the leadership of the Hon'ble Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, and that its positive sociocultural impact on the ground. The Lt. Governor urged the people of J&K to take use of the amenities provided by the Municipal Corporations and to help improve their cities. He continued, We all must work together to create Jammu a really smart City and to make Jammu the cleanest city. The Lt. Governor also emphasised the changes implemented for J&K's overall development as well as the ground-breaking measures made to restructure the agricultural industry and corporate operations. The day of regional discrimination is over. The Lt. Governor declared, We support equitable development and equal opportunity for all. Our goal is to eradicate corruption from J&K. In order to guarantee public services to citizens, the Public Services Guarantee Act shall be implemented in letter and spirit, he stressed. Speaking at the event, JMC Mayor Rajinder Sharma commended the corporate entities and other stakeholders on the effort they had done to upgrade Transport Nagar. Dr. Arun Kumar Mehta, the chief secretary, discussed making Jammu City one of the top cities in the nation in terms of facilities, cleanliness, and tourism growth. He stated that a lot of new projects will soon be finished. The information on the numerous projects earmarked for the development of Transport Nagar was provided by Dheeraj Gupta, Principal Secretary to the Government, Housing & Urban Development Department. The event was attended by Ramesh Kumar, Divisional Commissioner Jammu, and Additional CEO- Jammu Metropolitan Region Development Authority (JMRDA), Baldev Singh Billawaria, Deputy Mayor, JMC, Avny Lavasa, Deputy Commissioner Jammu, Rahul Yadav, Commissioner JMC, Pankaj Magotra, VC, JDA, ULB members, officers of the UT administration and JMRDA, representatives of the business community and transport associations.

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