SRINAGAR: On Sunday, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha stated that his administration has no tolerance for corruption and praised the populace and members of civil society for taking part in the fight to rid the Union territory of corruption. “There is zero tolerance for corruption under the J-K administration. It is heartening to see collective efforts to get rid of the scourge of corruption and integrated approach to strengthen transparency and accountability in the system to build a progressive, prosperous Jammu and Kashmir,” he said in his monthly “Awaam Ki Awaaz” radio programme. He said that the Union territory administration’s whole-of-society strategy is essential for empowering residents, rallying people to fight corruption, and restoring public confidence in the government.The Lt. Governor emphasised the importance of “jan bhagidari” in fostering an environment that is favourable for a progressive society. Amrit Kaal, according to Sinha, “gives people a unique and historic opportunity to take a great step forward and work with one resolve and one goal of building a strong, vibrant Jammu and Kashmir.” According to him, India has become one of the world’s leading voices, and the G20 New Delhi Leaders’ Declaration is proof that it was instrumental in bringing the world’s nations together to address common concerns. The Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir has also ushered in a new age of opportunity to realise its full potential with the successful conduct of the G20 Summit. The Lt. Governor thanked Mukesh Kumar from Akhnoor and Rakesh Kumar from Ramban for sharing their insightful recommendations for effective enhancements to the “Bhrashtachar-Mukt J-K” Campaign and responsive and responsible government. It should become normal to be sceptical. He suggested that more observant folks come forward and offer their valuable assistance in the battle against corruption. Reyaz Ahmad Sheikh, a teacher from Anantnag who has won a national award, and Urfee Yousuf, a graduate student at S P College Srinagar who has won the National Youth Brilliance Award, were both singled out by Sinha for their selfless dedication and contributions to the area of education.He praised the efforts of Reva Raina, a retired teacher from Bhaderwah, and Uma Sharma, a retired bank employee from Jammu, for establishing the ideal learning atmosphere for youngsters who are not enrolled in school. The Lt. Governor also commended a number of forward-thinking farmers, including Baldev Raj, Manzoor Ahmed, and Masrat Jan, for their unyielding resolve and ongoing pursuit of excellence in agriculture and related fields.