Srinagar, 23 February (CNI): Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha has said that the strike, crackdown and Stone pelting in Jammu and Kashmir have become a story of the past because, after the abrogation of Article 370, the insurgency that was taking place on the back of Pakistan has been abolished, which has resulted in peace in the region. He said that schools, colleges, cinemas and businesses are now running smoothly, with no hindrance. LG said that today we will not be ashamed to announce that the militancy in Jammu and Kashmir is over and people are breathing a sigh of relief.
According to Current News of India (CNI), Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha today said that peace has returned to Jammu and Kashmir. Investment and tourists are coming and stone pelting and strikes have become stories of the past. Addressing the ‘International Educational Fair 2023’ organized by SKUAST Kashmir in New Delhi’s Sushma Swaraj Bhawan this evening, Sinha said schools, businesses, cinema halls and shopping malls in Kashmir are now running smoothly and the region is on the path to development.
Describing Jammu and Kashmir as the crown of India and Paradise on Switzerland and the earth, Lieutenant Governor said that during the last three decades, historians, Sufis and saints were disturbed by the terrorism exported from the neighbouring country and everyone knows that the neighbouring country has become a haven for terrorism, for three decades, they exported terrorism to India and the world.
However, three years after the cancellation of Article 370, peace has come to Jammu and Kashmir. Investment is coming, and Domestic and foreign tourists have increased, Stressing that the stone pelting and strikes have become a thing of the past, Sinha said that schools, businesses, cinema halls and shopping malls are running without any hindrance. He said that Jammu and Kashmir, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is on the path of development.
Sinha thanked the Prime Minister for accelerating the development of Jammu and Kashmir and turning it into a favourite place for students and businessmen. He said that with this initiative, Jammu and Kashmir have launched a dedicated program for foreign students.
He said that with this initiative, Jammu and Kashmir have launched a dedicated program for foreign students, adding that Our aim is to invite international students for short-term and long-term courses in various fields in Jammu and Kashmir and strengthen international communication.
Over the past three years, we have focused on strengthening the education sector, and developing academic workers for industries, agriculture and health care. The Lieutenant Governor said that sincere efforts have been made to transform the profits of knowledge into the process of innovation and development.
Lieutenant Governor said that with more than 150 higher education institutions, two central universities, seven state universities, two AIIMs, IIM, IIT, NIT, NIFT, IIMC and two agricultural science and technology universities, Jammu and Kashmir has emerged as a favourite place for students.
He also said that the ideal change towards the qualities of life, which humanity is testifying, is an opportunity to enhance the quality of life through exchange programs between the countries and to learn from each other and enable each other to achieve greater heights in their journey.
The whole world is looking at India with appreciation and hope. There was never a better time in India to see and understand the wonderful chapters of ancient civilization and infinite organic culture.
Foreign residential students and exchange programs, contacts between people with various institutions of Jammu and Kashmir and institutional interactions will strengthen global cultural harmony.
Dr Vinay Sahasar Buddha, President Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) assured ICCR’s cooperation and support in conducting artisans and fairs exchange programs, through which the message of changing the new aspirant Jammu and Kashmir goes to other countries, Honorable ambassadors, high commissioners and members of ICAR, ICCR, UGC and SKUAST were present on the occasion. The summit will gather the world on a platform and provide a chance to deal with challenges. (CNI)