A 9th Class Student Writes an Open Letter to J&K Governor

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The Honorable Girish Chandra Murmu,
Lieutenant Governor of J&K


I Shah Faez Hussain student of class 9th am writing this on behalf of myself and all other students of Kashmir Valley. We are extremely concerned about our education due to the spread of COVID-19 in India and other parts of the world, which has resulted in the unwanted but necessary suspending of our classwork. Right now the internet is the only road that can be taken by the students to complete the syllabus and assignments. We understand there are some valuable reasons which are restricting the authorities to restore 4G internet in the Valley, but we have suffered huge losses in the previous year as well.

Our state is less affected by the disease as compared to other parts of the country, and other cities of the world. This is a good omen but the moderate internet speed is what haunts us the most in these adverse circumstances. We have been cooperating with the authorities for months now, first on the internet restoration, and now on 4G speed restorations. In addition, the speed of broadband is also quite slow. The slow internet speed is really adding to our worries.

I am aware that you have a lot on your plate as Lieutenant Governor of J&K, but as a responsible citizen and a student of high school, I request you to restore the 4G internet speed to help out the education system of Kashmir. We all are extremely worried about the education in Kashmir and it breaks my heart.

I appreciate all that you do for our new Union Territory. I look forward to seeing the restoration of 4G internet speed in the valley.

Very Sincerely,

Shah Faez Hussain
[email protected]

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