Baba Ramdev while addressing the media on the occasion of the anniversary of the Hari Seva Ashram said that he will stop the migration of people from the hills and mountains of Uttarakhand, according to an Amar Ujala report. The Yoga guru said that he is planning to stop migration that has caused huge number of villages to be abandoned by providing employment opportunities to the people there, he added that Patanjali will boost employment in the hilly areas in the fields of education and agriculture, as per the report. Ramdev had said that the state government had asked for his assistance in stopping migration from the state.
In his Republic Day address this year, K K Paul the Governor of Uttarakhand had said that the biggest problems faced by the hill state was continued migration from hills. Governor Paul added that providing road connectivity, health services, education, potable water and communication facilities to the remote hill areas of the state was a major problem. He added that resolving these issues will help check outward migration in the hill state, as per an Indian Express report.
Describing education as the most effective weapon to fight the hurdles on the path of development, he said weak educational set up in remote and border areas of the state can be improved by making available good teachers, clean school buildings and all resources needed for efficient teaching and learning.
Governor Paul in his address said the most effective tool to combat migration is education as it can usher in development in the state. He added that facilities in remote and border areas of the state can be improved by getting good teachers and clean school buildings for efficient teaching. The Governor also added that children require art culture and yoga for all-round development.