Team Blitz India
NEW DELHI: Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) Science & Technology; Jitendra Singh said on November 12 that Jammu and Kashmir’s Kishtwar is all set to emerge North India’s major power hub generating around 6,000 MW of power after the completion of the ongoing power projects.
Jitendra Singh, who was on an extensive tour of the remote and peripheral areas of the hill district of Kishtwar, visited Gulabgarh in the Paddar area and far village of Massu, where he also inaugurated the new school set up by Shiksha Bharti for the village children.
The Union Minister, who is also a physician participated in the multi speciality medical camp organised by the Indian Army at village Gulabgarh.
Later, he held a public interaction in Gulabgarh in the presence of the district administration officers. He also addressed the local PRIs including BDC members, councillors, sarpanches as well as prominent activists of the region.