uksaan – initiative to prevent migration in uttarakhand Hilly areas.

uksaan uttarakhand

uksaan initiative to help peoples who are migrating due to lack of basic facilities from the hill districts of Uttarakhand. In the year 2001 to 2011 in Almora district, about 70 thousand people migrated from ancestral village in ten years. 16207 people from 646 panchayats have left the village permanently. This is revealed in the report of the Exodus Commission.

The young man Harish Joshi. He has been elected as an area panchayat member in the recently concluded panchayat election 2019. Harish has started a campaign called UKSaan. In this, his aim is to return to the deserted houses in the village. Harish holds a master’s degree in engineering(Mtech) and wants to run the entire Uttarakhand by digitizing this service digitally (www.uksaan.com). They have started from their village.

There are many aspects of migration in Uttarakhand. Similarly, its losses are also different. But can it only be chanted or can any initiative be taken to make them work? Therefore, initiative should be taken to connect the migrated people from their roots. In the name of migration, education, health and employment as a migration from the mountain, the residents of this place are increasingly moving towards the plains and cities including the family. Due to which villages are becoming deserted. Traditional houses of such people are constantly turning into ruins. It is not that people do not feel its pain. But even if someone maintains such houses, no one is paying attention to how and what they can be used. The government has not yet thought in this direction. In such a situation, it has tried to show a ray of hope to a young man who wants to keep the houses of the village home, so that the houses of the migrants can be maintained and many Can be used in many ways. This youth has started this from his native village. He has taken steps to ease the care and maintenance of manual homes by taking some youth from the village itself.
This young man is Harish Joshi. He has been elected as an area panchayat member in the recently concluded panchayat election 2019. Harish has started a campaign called UKSaan. In this, his aim is to return to the deserted houses in the village. Harish holds a master’s degree in engineering(Mtech) and wants to run the entire Uttarakhand by digitizing this service digitally (www.uksaan.com). They have started from their village.
Their food is that they will try to get this work done from the block level as well, so that the migrants who are away from their homes stay connected to their homes without any worry. He says that this small initiative is being taken for pravasi who play an important role during elections, which is to be studied further with the cooperation of the people.

visit uksaan website –  www.uksaan.com