Days of separatism, terrorism, corruption, dynastic politics over in J&K: LG Sinha
‘New dawn of peace, progress in J&K has set new trends in dev’
Post by RK News on Thursday, October 27, 2022
New Delhi, Oct 26: Lieutenant Governor (LG) Manoj Sinha Wednesday said “the days of separatism, terrorism, corruption and dynastic politics are over in J&K.”
He said that the society needs to identify and unmask Pakistan and its sympathizers.
Speaking at a book launch function, the LG said, “Article 370 and dynastic politics had deliberately deprived the people of UT.
“Now, it’s a new dawn of peace and progress. J&K has set new trends in development. Today, common people have become partners in J&K's developmental journey,” said the Lt Governor.
On the development front, the LG said that Jammu Kashmir is presenting a new example before the world.
“Today, the citizens of Jammu Kashmir are contributing to nation-building, creating a rich legacy for future generations. On the other hand, the neighbouring country is building terror training camps & safe haven for the terrorists,” observed the Lt Governor.
J&K is witnessing progress and prosperity post-abrogation of Article 370. Health, education, infrastructure, industries, agriculture, start-ups, tourism, connectivity, sports, handicrafts, e-governance, ease of living, empowerment of farmers, youth & women, in every sector, the UT of Jammu Kashmir is emerging as a top performer, he further added.
There was a time when Pulwama used to be in the news for all the wrong reasons, but today Pulwama has become the top-ranked region in the District Performance Index and is also gradually emerging as the new business hub of the Kashmir Valley, observed the Lt Governor.
“Big companies of the country and abroad are investing in Jammu and Kashmir. Social equity, transparent & accountable governance system, improved work culture have reduced the development gap of decades,” added the Lt Governor.
LG Sinha said, “New J&K has become synonymous with prosperity, progress of youth and welfare of the common man.
“The administration no longer works for a few families but for 1 crore 30 lakh citizens of J&K. We have been successful in ensuring people’s trust in the rule of law,” the Lt Governor said.
The Lt Governor urged the people to join hands and work towards achieving peace, greater progress and for upholding the pride of the tricolor.