Jammu Tawi, Dec 21: Lt Governor Manoj Sinha said on Wednesday that whoever it is.
Part of the “terror ecosystem” would be legal action, which was their primary role.
police and security agencies to find such people.
“Anyone found to be part of the terror ecosystem will be dealt with and no one will be spared. This is the best
It is the responsibility of the police and security agencies to track down such people,” the LG said in response to a query
“Supporting terrorism or
To a question about the opening of development centers in J&K, the LG said that there are threats from militants
It is the J&K administration and the center that takes a call on who will work and who will open
offices and who will invest here. “J&K will decide who stays here or not
administration and the Government of India,” the LG said.
Congress leader asked whether the government would allow Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra
When he entered J&K in January, he said the government believes in the principles of democracy and does not hold any drives or protests.
prohibited or permitted to take place under such principles. “As for the Covid protocol, we’ll see
We will monitor what the Covid situation will be (in January),” he said, adding that only such activities would take place
Prohibits and prohibits activities against Indian sovereignty.
This is what LG said when asked by some media that the investment proposals were only on paper
he also came with such news. “But the fact remains that the ruble has been invested
100 kroner, 200 kroner, even 900 kroner. We are experiencing some infrastructure issues
areas to be resolved. I assure you that the investment of Rs 70,000 crore will soon become a reality.
LG said that in the next five years, every city will be developed within the framework of the program “My city is my pride”.
along with implementation of the programme, Panchayat development programs will be implemented.
He also announced several measures to promote and promote his administration
Agriculture and allied sectors of J&K aim to support the economy of UT.