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The LS Speaker to inaugurate the programme for J&K Panchayati raj institutions on Aug 31

| Updated: August 30, 2021 12:57

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Parliament’s outreach programme to empower J&K’s Panchayati raj institutions is ready to be launched on August 31. Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla is expected to unveil the programme.
The function for the programme will be conducted in Srinagar; Birla has arrived from Ladakh for the same on Sunday. The programme will be attended by Union Minister, Dr Jitendra Singh; Union Minister of State, Prahlad Singh Patel and Members of Parliament.
“The first program of its kind, aimed at strengthening the institution of governance and planning at the grassroots level,” said a spokesman for the J&K government.
The first such programme was conducted in Dehradun, Uttarakhand. There were 445 panchayati representatives. About 40,000 panchayati officials and representatives were present virtually.
It was also announced that the main objectives of the program are to create public awareness, self-confidence in grassroots leaders and increase participation.
The Speaker of Lok Sabha also plans to visit Gulmarg and Pahalgam to meet with panchayat representatives.
Birla said the program will help improve the transparency and accountability of the Panchayati Raj centres.
The panchayati system was completed for the first time at J&K after the District Development Council elections in all 20 districts last year.

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