22 June :- After the rule of Jammu and Kashmir, Governor N.N. Vohra said that ‘making the situation normal’ and bringing the youth in mainstream ‘in Kashmir’ is their first priority.
Governor Vohra said, “There is resentment among the youth of Kashmir-whatever is the reason – and we have to bring them in mainstream.” Significantly, on Tuesday, the BJP had withdrawn support to the Mehbooba Mufti government of the state, after which the governor’s rule came into force.
Governor Vohra said, “Normalizing the situation on roads, intersections, highways and establishing trust and trust in people will be our first priority. At the same time, we will do everything possible to bring the youth to the mainstream.
Significantly, the number of youths in the recruitment of militant organizations such as Hizbul Mujahideen, Lashkar-e-Toiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed are increasing in Kashmir. While the government and the administration have been claiming that strictly such incidents will be curb.
Vohra said, “Maintaining social harmony in the entire Jammu and Kashmir is most important and our primary concern is. Without social harmony, there can be neither progress nor business. ‘
He said, ‘Apart from this, government machinery will also have to work with competence, speed and honesty so that people will get benefits widely.
In the last few months, the violence in the Kashmir valley has increased steadily and rocketing and terrorist incidents have also increased. In order to provide relief to the people, the Central Government stopped the campaign against the militants for more than a month during Ramzan.
But in the meanwhile, there were incidents like the murder of journalist Sujat Bukhari and Aurangzeb, after which the government decided that the siegefire would not be extended ahead of Ramzan.