J&K Not A Land Of Hartals Or Stone Pelters Now: LG Manoj Sinha


Srinagar, May 23 : Jammu and Kashmir Lt Governor Manoj Sinha on Tuesday said that today’s Jammu and Kashmir is not the land of hartals or stones pelters, its the land of peace and prosperity.

Addressing a press conference on the sidelines of ongoing 3rd G20 Tourism Working Group meeting in Srinagar, Sinha, said that schools and colleges remain open, allowing youth to focus on career building.

He said that today’s Jammu Kashmir is not the land of hartals or stone pelters, its the land of peace and prosperity that responsible & responsive administration is trying too hard to bring in lives of the people.

He also said that 3rd Tourism Working Group Meeting in Srinagar is the biggest gathering of foreign delegates so far. “57 delegates from 27 countries are participating in the G20 meeting at Srinagar and it is the reflection of India’s strength and our ancient values of ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’,” he said.

Sinha said that the sustained reforms, including a new film policy, modern infrastructure & ease of doing business, has transformed Jammu Kashmir into a preferred destination for shooting of films, which is also strengthening the economy & providing employment opportunity to the people.

“Grassroots democracy has been growing from strength to strength. The three-tier PRI system has ensured stability and consistency in development and participation of people in policy making,” he added.

Sinha further said that Jammu Kashmir is future ready and ambitious. “Our multi-sectoral achievements reflect that. We are registering a new start-up every other day.”

“In the last four years, we have registered 7.7 lakh new entrepreneurs, which roughly means that per day 527 youth started their entrepreneurial journey to contribute to their individual and Jammu Kashmir’s growth,” he said.


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