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Advisor Kotwal reviews objectives of vision 2047

Last Updated on November 17, 2023 at 6:22 pm

Advisor to the Lieutenant Governor of UT Ladakh Dr Pawan Kotwal chaired the UT Level Committee meeting to review and discuss the strategic approaches of departments for the realization of the objectives of Vision 2047 and the targets fixed for the next five years at the Civil Secretariat, Leh.

The UT Level Committee comprised of various departments convened to collaborate and cooperate in achieving Ladakh’s sustainable developmental objectives. The thorough evaluation of the proposed strategies aimed to ensure that Ladakh remains on the path of sustainable growth, aligning with the broader vision for the region.

The Advisor Dr Pawan Kotwal emphasized the importance of a unified and comprehensible approach toward achieving the predetermined targets. He underscored the need for robust strategies that would address the unique challenges and opportunities within the Ladakh region.

Dr Pawan Kotwal encouraged an open dialogue, fostering an environment conducive to the exchange of ideas and expertise. Key agenda points of the meeting included infrastructural development, environmental conservation, healthcare advancements, educational reforms, and economic growth. The Committee members engaged in detailed deliberations, ensuring that each aspect was thoroughly examined to chart out a comprehensive roadmap for Ladakh’s progress over the next five years.

Dr. Pawan Kotwal expressed his confidence in the collective commitment of the UT Level Committee to realizing Ladakh’s full potential. He reiterated the importance of accountability, transparency, and innovation in implementing the outlined strategies. He concluded the meeting by expressing gratitude to all participants for their dedication and urged them to work collaboratively towards the common goal of a thriving and sustainable Ladakh.

The meeting was attended by Administrative Secretaries; Deputy Commissioners; HODs; and Chief Engineers