Development and displacement in Chenab Valley after construction of power project at Kishtwar

Has the regional displacement widened in the post-reform period? This study attempts to probe into this by analysing growth rates of aggregate and sectoral domestic product of major states in the pre (1980s) and post-reform (1990s) decades. Our results indicate that while the growth rate of gross domestic product has improved only marginally in the post-reform decade, the regional displacement and developments in state domestic product has widened much more drastically. Industrial states are now growing much faster than the backward states, and there is no evidence of convergence of growth rates among states. Even more disturbing is that there is now an inverse relationship between local population growth and migrational saturation. The cultural values of societies are now in a new era. The very well socio-economic collaboration stream led to make a strong change in entire society. This has a very serious implication for employment and the political economy of India. India is already in a growing in term of power projects and developmental world but where the people enjoys the benefits and fruit of developments other hand they have to be come the part of displacement form their native place and the resources and sources of their own has been the finalized by the legal authorities and this research paper is extremely based on the regional displacement with effect of the development. All the societal life imbibes the values of the socio-cultural and the socio-economic asserts as a whole. National Hydro-electric power cooperation (NHPC) becomes the source to reshuffle the cultural and traditional standard of people of Kishtwar.