Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Monday known as for strengthening rural connectivity for the socio financial growth of the villages of Jammu and Kashmir as he reviewed the progress made under the Back to Village (B2V) programme.

Sinha careworn on expediting rural connectivity and piped consuming water for all villages, as roads, energy and consuming water are the fundamental requisites for the holistic growth of any space. He underlined the necessity for connecting each village that fulfils the norms of Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana.

L-G Sinha directed the secretary, Jal Shakti Department, to make all finest efforts to obtain the goal of offering 100 per cent piped water under Jal Jeevan Mission by March 2022.

Moreover, he requested the Rural Development Department to put together inventories and databases of apparatus and amenities in village panchayat, moreover updating B2V works on the net portal for the knowledge of the general public.

“Identify the most backward blocks for their development on the lines of aspirational districts,” he instructed the officers involved throughout a gathering held on the Raj Bhavan.

The L-G known as for 100 per cent saturation of centrally sponsored schemes for the good thing about bigger inhabitants and directed for institution of playgrounds in each panchayat under convergence mode.