Following are the highlights and breakup of the package.
This includes monetary help to people for reconstruction of damaged houses and for infrastructure; restoration of livelihood for traders and small businessmen; a plan for comprehensive flood management of the River Jehlum and its tributaries; and Jehlum-Tawi flood reconstruction project;
Road and highway projects Rs. 42611 crore
This includes construction of Zojila tunnel; semi ring roads in Jammu and Srinagar; projects under Bharat Mala for better connectivity; and up-gradation of important highway and other projects in the State.
Power, New and Renewable Energy Rs. 11708 crore
This includes augmentation of power infrastructure and distribution systems; solar power; small hydro projects.
Health Rs 4900 crore
This includes creation of two AIIMS-like institutions in capital cities of the State, and support for creation of infrastructure in hospitals and Primary Health Centres.
Human Resource Development, Skill Development and sports Rs. 2600 crore
This includes establishment of IIT and IIM in Jammu; stepping up efforts under the HIMAYAT scheme to train one lakh youth over five years, and augmenting sports infrastructure.
Agriculture and Food Processing Rs 529 crore
This includes support for horticulture, and creation of cold storage facilities
Tourism Rs. 2241 crore
This includes new projects and tourist circuits, and setting up of 50 tourist villages.
Urban Development Rs. 2312 crore
This includes amounts under Smart Cities and Swachh Bharat missions; and for infrastructure in towns of Jammu and Kashmir.
Security and Welfare of displaced people Rs. 5263 crore
This includes amounts towards jobs for Kashmiri migrants, rehabilitation of families from Chhamb and PoK, construction of houses, and setting up of five India Reserve Battalions. The India Reserve Battalions will create 4000 jobs for the youth of Jammu and Kashmir.
Pashmina Promotion Project Rs. 50 crore
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