25 new model charkhas were distributed among local artisans at the function, which was organised khadi and village industries board Srinagar at Soura.
“The charkha is a symbol of resistance and can help maximum number of unemployed youth and women in far flung areas to attain economic independence,” said Mishra.
Mishra urged the state to come forward and seek maximum help from New Delhi. The centre is ready to provide all sorts of assistance to the state of Jammu and Kashmir in order to remove regional imbalances.
Chander Parkash Ganga, Jammu and Kashmir minister for industries and commerce, thanked the union minister for the ministries supportive attitude and helping approach towards Jammu and Kashmir and also requested the central ministry to increase the targets for the state so that it benefits the local artisans. (NA)
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