Union Home Minister Amit Shah said in the last three years only an investment of Rs 56,000 crore has been ensured for Jammu and Kashmir.

Addressing a public gathering here on Tuesday, the Home Minister said, “In the first 72 years of Independence, industrial investment of Rs. 15,000 crore came into Jammu and Kashmir, whereas due to the announcement of an Industrial Policy by Prime Minister Modi, in just 3 years from 2019 till now an investment of Rs. 56,000 crore has been ensured and this will provide employment to the youth of Jammu and Kashmir.”

He added that many support groups, more than 4,500 youth clubs and many other plans have also been formed.“About two lakh people have been provided homes in Jammu and Kashmir.
“Work has been done to ensure tap water to five lakh houses. PoshanAbhiyan, MatruVandanaYojana and Health Mission have also been taken forward,” said Amit Shah.

The HM said that the development of the Jammu and Kashmir region is a priority for Prime Minister Modi. He said that earlier injustice was meted out to the Pahari people of Jammu and Kashmir, as they did not get any Reservation. The Prime Minister cleared the way for reservation by removing Article 370.
The Union Home Minister said that the energy of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is boosted by the love of the people of Jammu and Kashmir. The Home Minister said that a few people do not want peace in the region. He said that Prime Minister Modi wants to develop this region as he knows that these hills of PirPanjal have been protected by the people for centuries, and their ancestors have shed their blood to protect the borders of India.

He said that today, like the rest of the country, the youth of Rajouri and Poonch should also be employed, entrepreneurship should be promoted in the region, people should get the benefit of Reservation and MLAs and MPs should be elected from the region.
He said that Prime Minister Modi wants holistic development of Jammu and Kashmir.

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