"Awaam Ki Awaaz": Lt Governor thanks J&K people for their voluminous engagement in Bhrashtachar-Campaign for Mukt J&K

Srinagar, September 11: Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha said on Monday that the area has seen more good development in the last three years than in the preceding 75 years.

According to the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), Sinha stated during the inauguration of the first issue of JAKFAS magazine at Convention Centre Srinagar that corruption was removed in order to empower the ordinary man in Jammu and Kashmir.


“The system, which was based on corruption, was demolished.” Because of the system’s openness, the average guy now feels powerful. Those responsible for the looting of Jammu and Kashmir were held accountable. “J&K Bank, which is now writing history, suffered under previous regimes as well,” he remarked.

The LG further said that elections in Jammu and Kashmir would take place at the suitable time. “On the floor of the Parliament, Union Home Minister said that an election will be held in J&K, which will be decided by the Election Commission of India.” “We are confident that 80 percent of the people will vote in favour of the current system,” he stated.

“Some people in Jammu and Kashmir are unhappy with the existing system. Those who engaged in corrupt practises will face severe punishment. “Everything will be done in accordance with the law until PM Modi takes over,” Sinha stressed.

According to the LG, Jammu and Kashmir has received more funding than the rest of the state, and people have realised where that money has gone—(KNO)



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