One of the important allied sectors that the government has been focusing on in J&K is sericulture, one of the oldest industries in India.
The Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir is a land of unity in diversity and reflects the true plural ethos of a secular India wherein people from various communities strive for peace, love & harmony. The festivals of one religion are celebrated with great fervor by different religious communities.
Kashmiri youth’s are powerhouse of energy which if channelized in right direction can bring laurels to the country in all fields.
Over the years there has been a transformational shift in North Kashmir which can now be seen as a progressive region of UT of Jammu and Kashmir. Even the few ‘disturbed’ pockets, are now at the cusp of leaving the baggage of terrorism behind.
More than two years of the removal of Article 370, the weather in J&K has improved with the showers of investments pouring all the way.
The higher unemployment rate in J&K is a cause of concern as there seems to be no improvement in the job scenario in the Union Territory. In comparison to previous years, the unemployment rate has further increased.
Film production in Kashmir came to a halt owing to 1989 insurgency; an unofficial ban was imposed on Bollywood films. Kashmir doesn’t have cinema hall, it was long shut in 1989.
Following the abrogation of Article 370, the Central government has set up the delimitation commission under the J&K Reorg Act, 2019 to redraw the boundaries of assembly and parliament constituencies in the Union Territory.