Get rid of divisiveness, work closely for J&K: Vohra

SRINAGAR: N. N. Vohra, Governor Jammu and Kashmir, Friday appealed to all segments of the society including leaders of all political, social and religious organisations to work closely for the development of the state and its people, settling aside issues of difference for dialogue and discussion.

Vohra stressed the need to deal effectively with all factors and forces that encourage confrontation, regionalism, communalism and any kind of divisiveness.

Greeting the people on the eve of 69th Independence Day, the Governor, in a message, said “On this auspicious day, when India gained Independence, I greet the people of Jammu and Kashmir and wish them a peaceful, happy and prosperous future.” He paid homage to the great leaders who made enormous sacrifices and carried out a prolonged struggle to liberate India from the colonial yoke and secured freedom for the country.

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