Lieutenant-Governor Manoj Sinha in his Republic Day tackle on January 26, 2023 stated the upcoming G-20 meeting in Jammu and Kashmir will probably be a message to the enemies and asserted that the safety companies have launched the ultimate assault on militancy and its ecosystem within the Union Territory.
“The G-20 meeting being held in J&K in May is a message to the enemies of humanity who were attacking the interests of our citizens through cowardly acts of terrorism for decades. I urge every section of the society to come forward and make the G-20 an inclusive event,” Mr. Sinha stated, addressing a gathering on the Maulana Azad Stadium in Jammu.
He stated a befitting reply was given to all efforts to destabilise peace in J&Ok. “Security agencies are busy in the final assault on terror, its ecosystem and its supporters to ensure everlasting peace in J&K,” Mr. Sinha stated.
He stated J&Ok witnessed a 55% lower in civilian killings in 2022. “There is a significant dip in the killing of security forces personnel as well,” he added.
On the problem of contemporary migration of Kashmiri Pandits from the Valley, Mr. Sinha stated the administration was making an attempt to resolve their issues with utmost sensitivity. “Their safety is our topmost priority. All the minority employees and those under the Prime Minister package working in the Kashmir Valley have been deployed at safe places. The long-standing issue of availability of land for their accommodations has been resolved, and construction of 3,000 accommodations shall be completed this year,” Mr. Sinha stated.
He stated the particular Kashmiri migrant portal, which was launched in September 2022 for registering grievances towards illegally encroached properties throughout the Nineteen Nineties, had seen 8,408 functions and motion had been taken on 6,336 functions, ensuing within the elimination of encroachment from 2,608 kanals of land.
Defending the newly launched land legal guidelines in J&Ok, Mr. Sinha stated improvement and aspirations of the frequent lots have been held hostage by exploitative and anti-developmental land legal guidelines for many years. “Over the past two years, land owners have been empowered through a series of land reforms. Legal action is being taken against influential people who had illegally encroached upon government lands,” he stated.
Describing J&Ok as “the lifeblood of lndia, the guiding lamp of the civilisation and the eternal sound of our social consciousness”, Mr. Sinha stated it was below the in a position management of Prime Minister Narendra Modi that J&Ok was marching ahead on the path to progress.
“In the Amrit Kaal, we have resolved to accelerate and broaden the developmental process in agriculture and allied sectors. Private investment proposals worth ₹66,000 crore have been received within a period of around one year, during which 1,455 industrial units started their operations. This is, by far, the biggest industrial campaign in the history of J&K in a year,” Mr. Sinha stated.
He stated the inspiration stone of Emaar Group shopping center and IT Tower can be laid in March and 52 different industrial items would additionally begin their operations in the identical month. “Land has been allotted to 1,711 industrial units which is also a new record in the industrial history of J&K. Another 77 industrial units are being developed on private land,” he added.
He stated J&Ok was the aura of a self- onfident India. “Harmukh, Amarnath. Pir Panjal and Trikuta Hills are the highest peaks of our spiritual heritage. Since time immemorial, the spiritual energy and blessings of Mata Vaishno Devi, Sudh Mahadev, Budha Amarnath has guided our society,” he added.
Republic Day features have been held in all 20 districts of J&Ok amid tight safety preparations. In Srinagar, outlets on the industrial hub, Lal Chowk, remained open on the event.
Nonetheless, former Chief Minister and Peoples Democratic Social gathering president Mehbooba Mufti accused the administration of forcing folks to maintain their outlets open. “While the rest of India will celebrate Republic Day as a holiday tomorrow, shopkeepers in Kashmir have allegedly been ordered to keep their shops open or face consequences. One of many abnormal & coercive steps to project normalcy,” Ms. Mufti stated in a tweet.