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January 22, 2023 |

The security grid in Jammu and Kashmir has done a commendable job in Jammu and Kashmir. Following the abrogation of Article 370 in 2019 when it was speculated by the regional parties, especially the parties based in Kashmir who spread rumours that the rivers of blood would flow if the special status of J&K was to be touched, security forces have succeeded in restoring peace and normalcy without the loss of human lives which had been a norm in previous years. Far from the rivers of blood, the urge to see peace, development and prosperity has only grown in J&K over the past more than three years. The centre has gone out of way to support the processes for uplifting the stale infrastructure of the union territory and ending the menace of terrorism. The results of these efforts became visible in the past year when Jammu and Kashmir valley witnessed a thriving tourist season. According to official figures, some 1.80 crore tourists visited Jammu and Kashmir in 2020. For the first time after many years, foreign tourists have also started staying in the Valley. Like the Union Minister Amit Shah pointed out, the bumper tourism season shows that people of the country as well as the international community believe that the situation in Jammu and Kashmir is normal. This has become possible due to concerted efforts made by security agencies which have significantly brought down terror incidents resulting in fewer deaths while the area of operation where terrorists used to be active has also depleted. And it is not just the tourism sector which is flowering the promise of change taking place in Jammu and Kashmir. There was a time when students from Jammu and Kashmir would go to educational institutions in different parts of the country to continue their higher education or to pursue professional courses. Some of them used to face harassment and many had to return home, leaving their degree midway due to the risk to their lives. But the situation in Jammu and Kashmir has made a remarkable turnaround with more than 32000 students from different parts of the country enrolled in J&K’s educational institutions. As the Union Home Minister pointed out in the annual conference of DGPs and IGPs, the change on the security front in Jammu and Kashmir has only become possible due to the efforts of various security agencies. The credit should go where it is due.

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Job Well Done

January 22, 2023 |

The security grid in Jammu and Kashmir has done a commendable job in Jammu and Kashmir. Following the abrogation of Article 370 in 2019 when it was speculated by the regional parties, especially the parties based in Kashmir who spread rumours that the rivers of blood would flow if the special status of J&K was to be touched, security forces have succeeded in restoring peace and normalcy without the loss of human lives which had been a norm in previous years. Far from the rivers of blood, the urge to see peace, development and prosperity has only grown in J&K over the past more than three years. The centre has gone out of way to support the processes for uplifting the stale infrastructure of the union territory and ending the menace of terrorism. The results of these efforts became visible in the past year when Jammu and Kashmir valley witnessed a thriving tourist season. According to official figures, some 1.80 crore tourists visited Jammu and Kashmir in 2020. For the first time after many years, foreign tourists have also started staying in the Valley. Like the Union Minister Amit Shah pointed out, the bumper tourism season shows that people of the country as well as the international community believe that the situation in Jammu and Kashmir is normal. This has become possible due to concerted efforts made by security agencies which have significantly brought down terror incidents resulting in fewer deaths while the area of operation where terrorists used to be active has also depleted. And it is not just the tourism sector which is flowering the promise of change taking place in Jammu and Kashmir. There was a time when students from Jammu and Kashmir would go to educational institutions in different parts of the country to continue their higher education or to pursue professional courses. Some of them used to face harassment and many had to return home, leaving their degree midway due to the risk to their lives. But the situation in Jammu and Kashmir has made a remarkable turnaround with more than 32000 students from different parts of the country enrolled in J&K’s educational institutions. As the Union Home Minister pointed out in the annual conference of DGPs and IGPs, the change on the security front in Jammu and Kashmir has only become possible due to the efforts of various security agencies. The credit should go where it is due.


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Published from: Gulshanabad Chraresharief Budgam
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