Jammu (NVI): Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha today called for interstate cooperation in agriculture and cooperative sectors for better promotion and growth opportunities to all the stakeholders.
LG Sinha was interacting with Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, Minister for Department of Cooperation and Jails, Punjab, during a meeting held at the Raj Bhavan.
Today interacted with Shri Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, Minister for Department of Cooperation & Jails, #Punjab at the Raj Bhavan (Jammu). The Minister proposed for #bilateral arrangement between J&K and Punjab for effective production and marketing of various agri-products. pic.twitter.com/9C9wN9jfdx
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The Minister proposed for bilateral arrangement between J&K and Punjab for effective production and marketing of various agri-products.
The Lt Governor observed that the promotion of Agriculture and allied sectors is J&K government’s priority and it is taking comprehensive measures to facilitate rapid growth in the agriculture and cooperative sectors in the Union Territory.
He said that the UT Administration was already keen to work with various States for such multilateral agreements to harness the rich potential in agriculture, poultry, dairy, fisheries and other allied activities, besides extension of services and exchange of ideas in better practices.
He asked Minister Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa to send a detailed proposal for examination and assured that all possible efforts will be made to extend collaboration in agriculture and allied activities with Punjab. He further emphasised that the new, investor-friendly policies being laid out by J&K government have ample scope for development in every sector.
The Lt Governor invited the interested investors for establishing lucrative units in J&K with a very good support ecosystem from the UT administration.
“With strategic interventions, the UT government is establishing a better linkage of agriculture produce of J&K with other regions of the country to revolutionise agriculture and allied sectors. The other States/UTs can also avail of the opportunities in the UT in these sectors,” he added.