CM launches Rehbar-e-Janglat, hands over engagement orders to 534 forestry graduates


Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti Sunday distributed engagement orders under Rehbar-e-Janglat (ReJ) scheme among the 534 forestry graduates.

Addressing a gathering after distributing the orders, Mehbooba according to spokesman asked them to work dedicatedly for protecting the forests in the state. She asked them to use their enthusiasm, professional qualification and expertise to undertake innovative means to ensure that depletion of green cover in the State is arrested.

Chief minister Mehbooba Mufti hands over engagement orders to Forest graduates (Image: DIPR)

Terming unemployment as a major challenge, Mehbooba said her Government is taking many steps to tide over the challenge. She said private sector is being encouraged to invest and entrepreneurship is being promoted among the youth to generate more job avenues. This, she said, is in addition to development of sectors like tourism, handicrafts, horticulture etc which also have a high employability rate.

Quoting the famous verse—Ann Poshi Teli Yeli Wann Poshi of sufi Saint Hazrat Sheikh Noor ud Din Wali (R.A.), Mehbooba underscored the need for protecting plant life for the well being of human race. She praised the Forest Department for planting a sizeable chunk of fruit trees in the forest areas to avoid wild animals move out in search of food, thus minimizing the chances of man-Animal conflict.

Mehbooba on the occasion, also launched the online consent management and monitoring system of the State Pollution Control Board (SPCB). This would enable issuance of online permission certificates in favour of intending unit holders without them having to visit the offices.



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