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Jammu and Kashmir would be free of terrorism: PM Modi

Jammu and Kashmir would be free of terrorism: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation yesterday night on Kashmir. In his speech, he mentioned that the government has taken a historic move with the support of the entire nation.

Jammu and Kashmir would be free of terrorism with the new measures.

Article 370 left the people of Kashmir devoid of any development, hence it has been removed. Nobody was able to tell how the article benefitted the people.

There are laws in various states to protect the rights of sanitation workers, but in Jammu and Kashmir, no such laws have existed.


PM Modi claimed that Article 370 did not allow the people of Kashmir to enjoy the benefits of social welfare schemes brought in by the central government.

Now with the revocation of Article 370, and the status of Union Territories, Kashmiris can enjoy all the benefits.

PM also said that the state government employees of Jammu and Kashmir can enjoy facilities like their counterparts in other places of the country. They would get LTC, health scheme, house rent allowance, education allowance etc.

PM also said that the Union Territory status of Jammu and Kashmir was temporary, however, he did not mention the timeline.

PM announced a recruitment drive for the youth of Kashmir to get jobs. Both public and private sector companies are encouraged. PM scholarship yojana will be expanded to reach the maximum number of people.

Elections would be held soon for the legislature of Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir so that people can choose their desired representatives.

Both Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh are hotspots for tourism. The products of these regions need to be spread worldwide.

PM urged filmmakers from Bollywood and other regional cinema industries to establish studios there. In this context, he remembered that there was a time when Kashmir was the favorite destination of filmmakers.

He also urged the private sector to promote the use of technology in these regions to help the youth.

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