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Nadia Farooq

Claims Without any kind of formal education in J&K, 365 days go by without incident.

14 July, Srinagar: On Friday, Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha declared that the days of regular bandh calls, during which schools and universities in the Valley would be shuttered, were past. He said that cries for hartals are a thing of the past and that schools and universities are able to operate properly every day of the year.

People in Kashmir no longer have to resort to issuing hartal calls that force the closure of institutions and universities. Every one of today’s 365 days goes by without incident, and all of our nation’s K-12 and higher education institutions continue to operate as usual. The LG told a group of students at Amar Singh College Srinagar that “hartals are a thing of the past” and that “business of all sectors is flourishing and economy is growing,” as reported by the news outlet K


The people of Kashmir, he remarked, are happy about the peace. Young people may be seen reading and performing music near the Jhelum riverfront, he added.

The LG emphasised that peace was essential for J&K’s prosperity and development. “J&K’s and India’s future lies with its young people. To move J&K ahead on all fronts, we need your help,” he said.

He said that J&K is a part of India’s thriving economy. He remarked that “Indian doctors made us proud by providing vaccines against Covid to dozens of foreign countries,” and he asked for the students’ help in making India the strongest country in the world.



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