DDC Kathua conducts extensive tour of Border villages of Hiranagar

DDC Kathua conducts extensive tour of Border villages of Hiranagar
DDC Kathua conducts extensive tour of Border villages of Hiranagar

Holds meetings with farmers assure all help for cultivating land across the border fence

KATHUA, APRIL 11: District Development Commissioner Kathua, Rahul Yadav today conducted an extensive tour of villages along the international border in the Hiranagar subdivision.

The DDC visited BOP Bobiya, BOP Karol Krishna, and BOP Manyara and interacted with Commandant 173 bn BSF, Commandant 19 bn BSF, and Border residents and listened to their grievances.

The DDC,s accompanied by Chief Agriculture Officer, Vijay Kumar Upadhaya, visited the areas along the fence where wheat crop over  90 acres was sown first time with the efforts of the District Administration and BSF. The CAO apprised the DDC about the preparation regarding the harvesting of wheat crops.

While interacting with local residents, the DDC encouraged them to cultivate their abandoned land across the fence.  He appealed to the farmers to avail of this opportunity to cultivate their land as there is a congenial atmosphere at the International Border as both India and Pakistan have agreed to observe a ceasefire at borders.

The DDC assured border residents that district administration will extend every help to the locals and further assured that issues related to the Revenue Department and other concerned departments will be taken up on priority.

The residents of zero-line villages expressed their willingness to sow their abandoned land after detailed discussions with DDC.

The other officers who accompanied the DDC were SDM Hiranagar Ramesh Kumar Sharma, District Agriculture Officer Raju Mahajan, and SDAO Pradeep Sharma.

Pertinently the district administration with the help of BSF authorities has taken steps to motivate residents to cultivate their around 3000 Kanal land on the Indian side of the International Border. Under the initiative, wild growth of Sarkanda and dense bushes were removed over 90 acres of land with the help of BSF authorities and made it cultivable.

Tags

Share Article

A best news channel which publishes latest videos from Jammu and Kashmir which includes Politics, Public Grievances, Current affairs, Off-beat stories, Religion, etc. and We want to combine literature and journalism on one platform.

Related Posts

This is articles having same tags as the current post.