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Job well done

Harbinger of prosperity

February 25, 2023 |

When the Union government revoked Article 370 in 2019, it was widely rumoured with the drums beaten by the regional parties, especially those living on Gupkar and elsewhere, that the rivers of blood would flow if the special status of J&K was to be touched. Contrary to their expectations, not a single drop of blood was shed and incidents that sowed poisonous seeds in the minds of our younger generation appear to be a part of distant history that better not be repeated. For this achievement, the security grid in Jammu and Kashmir needs to be patted in the back. Without them, the change witnessed by the union territory over the last more than three years would have been close to impossible. They have succeeded in restoring peace and normalcy without the loss of human lives, which had been normalise under the so called elected governments helmed by the traditional parties. In fact, far from the rivers of blood, the urge for peace, development and prosperity has only mushroomed in J&K. To keep the hopes alive and nourish them, the union government has kept all the windows open in order to support the processes that are aimed to uplift the stale infrastructure of the union territory and also to end the problem of terrorism once and for all. What was planned out has started transforming into reality. In the past year, Jammu and Kashmir witnessed a thriving tourist season. According to official figures, some 1.80 crore tourists visited Jammu and Kashmir in 2022. For the first time after many years, foreign tourists have also started visiting the Valley to enjoy its scenic beauty. This bumper turnout shows that the people of the country as well as the international community are confident about the situation. This change has become possible due to relentless efforts of security agencies. Terror incidents have come down significantly over the past year resulting in fewer deaths while the area of operation of terrorists has also depleted. The change is not only felt by the tourism sector but also in the manner in which the system of administration has got streamlined and public services have become easier to access. Not very long ago, our students would go to far off parts of the country to pursue their higher education. But the situation has made a remarkable turnaround with more than 32000 students from different parts of the country enrolled in J&K’s educational institutions. This shows that the epicentre of terrorism has become a harbinger of peace and prosper

Job well done

Harbinger of prosperity

February 25, 2023 |

When the Union government revoked Article 370 in 2019, it was widely rumoured with the drums beaten by the regional parties, especially those living on Gupkar and elsewhere, that the rivers of blood would flow if the special status of J&K was to be touched. Contrary to their expectations, not a single drop of blood was shed and incidents that sowed poisonous seeds in the minds of our younger generation appear to be a part of distant history that better not be repeated. For this achievement, the security grid in Jammu and Kashmir needs to be patted in the back. Without them, the change witnessed by the union territory over the last more than three years would have been close to impossible. They have succeeded in restoring peace and normalcy without the loss of human lives, which had been normalise under the so called elected governments helmed by the traditional parties. In fact, far from the rivers of blood, the urge for peace, development and prosperity has only mushroomed in J&K. To keep the hopes alive and nourish them, the union government has kept all the windows open in order to support the processes that are aimed to uplift the stale infrastructure of the union territory and also to end the problem of terrorism once and for all. What was planned out has started transforming into reality. In the past year, Jammu and Kashmir witnessed a thriving tourist season. According to official figures, some 1.80 crore tourists visited Jammu and Kashmir in 2022. For the first time after many years, foreign tourists have also started visiting the Valley to enjoy its scenic beauty. This bumper turnout shows that the people of the country as well as the international community are confident about the situation. This change has become possible due to relentless efforts of security agencies. Terror incidents have come down significantly over the past year resulting in fewer deaths while the area of operation of terrorists has also depleted. The change is not only felt by the tourism sector but also in the manner in which the system of administration has got streamlined and public services have become easier to access. Not very long ago, our students would go to far off parts of the country to pursue their higher education. But the situation has made a remarkable turnaround with more than 32000 students from different parts of the country enrolled in J&K’s educational institutions. This shows that the epicentre of terrorism has become a harbinger of peace and prosper


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