Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha has called for involvement of people to realize their aspirations. There is no doubt about the fact that aspirations of people cannot be realized till they join hands and develop a collective spirit. For a bright future and clean habitat, people must come together to remove encroachments and restore the wetlands.
LG Sinha announced that the administration has prepared an Integrated Action Plan for Ecological Conservation and about Rs 47 crore is being spent to save this priceless natural heritage.
LG Sinha has sent a clear message to people that they have to come forward and help themselves. The heritage and environment have to be preserved for the next generation.
It’s nearly after three decades that the traditional navigation route of Khushal Sar has been cleared and Shikaras are moving from Gilikadal and Zadibal.
The government only cannot preserve the heritage and environment. People equally have to participate in preserving the natural resources and beauty of Kashmir. One cannot expect the government to do everything.
The society has to wake up and understand that it cannot ignore its duties. Keeping the habitat clean and taking care of the environment are a part of its duties. People have to create awareness within their areas to keep their surroundings clean.
it’s unfortunate but true that most of us don’t pay much attention towards the environment around us. Many people keep their homes clean but when it comes to keeping the environment around them clean they act in a casual manner.
The present dispensation led by LG Sinha is working very hard to turn Kashmir into one the cleanest places in the country. The administration is aware of the fact that Kashmir is a tourist destination and a place that is thronged by tourists cannot be kept untidy.
It’s high time for the people to realize their responsibilities. They need to come together to preserve the water bodies, trees and other natural aesthetics around them. They have to do it for themselves and for the coming generations. They cannot shrug off their responsibilities and act as mute spectators. Relying on the government is fine but that doesn’t mean that people don’t have to own anything.