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The 12 steps government has taken to restore normalcy in J&K


New Delhi, Sep 08: The government of India says that it is taking necessary steps to restore normalcy in Jammu and Kashmir.

The 12 steps government has taken to restore normalcy in J&K

There are 12 major steps that the government in the past month to ensure normalcy is restored in the Valley following the abrogation of Article 370.

  • Essential supplies ensured
  • Since August 5, there have been more than 4 lakh admissions in OPDs. 11,000 surgeries have been carried out.
  • Landlines are working 100 per cent. Mobile services working 100 per cent in Jammu and Ladakh and two district of Kashmir-Kuwara and Handwara.
  • There are internet kiosks ini 10 districts of Kashmir with minimum five terminals.
  • In addition to the ticketing counters at the airport, 12 counters with internet have been established at the tourist reception centre in Srinagar.
  • A media centre has been established in Srinagar with internet facility (8 terminals).
  • 92 per cent of J&K is free of restrictions. Only 11 police station areas out of the total 199 in J&K have limited restrictions.
  • More than 10,000 Hajis will return.
  • 1.67 lakh metric tonnes of apples have been transported.
  • Schools till 10th standard are open.
  • More than Rs 98 crore disbursed through bank ATMs.
  • Exams are on schedule and students are being facilitated.

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