Vishav Kirti and Usha Vaidya
Gujjar and Bakerwals of Jammu and Kashmir State are for the most part reliant upon raising of sheep and goat. Gujjar and Bakerwal is the third biggest ethnic gathering of the state. The way of life of the local area fluctuates from different networks of the state. Individuals had a place with Gujjar and Bakerwal people group are immaculate with the delight of outside world. The political socialization of Gujjar and Bakerwals in the state isn't great when contrasted with different networks. The booked clan of Jammu and Kashmir records the number of inhabitants in 1,493,299, involving 11.90% of the complete population. The housing, sanitation, Education, Electricity, health care facilities are very low sub-standard than other sections of population. The literacy rate among Gujjars and Bakerwals of Koteranka is also very low.
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