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Survey reveals people of Kashmir are optimistic about future

Survey reveals people of Kashmir are optimistic about future

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 25 Jul 2020, 07:23 pm

Srinagar: Despite all the conflicts, skepticism and political shifts witnessed by the region, people of Kashmir, both in India and Pakistan, have said they are better off than their previous generation in terms of health, education, and infrastructure, a survey conducted recently revealed.

"Also, they are optimistic about their future. Significant percentage of residents of this regions hope to migrate to other part of the countries for better future of their children," reports EUReporter quoting the result of the survey.

"However, it is evident from the results of the survey that their trust in the government is relatively low," the report said.

The residents of the region expressed the hope that their demands will be met in future.

"The resident of this regions feel that while their expectation have not been met but still hope for a better tomorrow. Significant percentages of residents feel that people in other parts of the country are better off than them in terms of health, infrastructure, and educational facilities," the report said.

"This may probably be the reason for them to contemplate migration to other parts of the region to avail better facilities," it said.

"Overall, the most interesting outcome of the survey is the resident of the region are generally happy and now further efforts are needed from the government to augment the health, educational, and infrastructure facilities to further elevate the happiness and well-being in the region," read the report.