Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha said on Tuesday said that his administration will take all necessary steps to ensure the safety and security of the minority communities in the Union Territory and the enemies of humanity who perpetrated heinous crimes will not be spared.
Sinha made these remarks during an interaction with a delegation of United Kashmiri Sikhs Progressive Forum (UKSPF) at the Raj Bhavan here on Tuesday, an official spokesperson said.
He said that the delegation led by its Chairman S. Baldev Singh Raina submitted a memorandum to the Lt Governor apprising him regarding the demands and issues pertaining to Sikh community.
“The Lt Governor while noting the concerns raised by the delegation said that the enemies of humanity who perpetrated these heinous crimes will not be spared,” the official spokesperson said.
“The Lt Governor assured the delegation that UT government will take all necessary steps to ensure the safety and security of the minority communities in J&K,” he added.
The official spokesperson further said that Sohail Shahazad, Member DDC Poonch also met Lt Governor and apprised him about several prominent demands and public issues of his constituency.
“The Lt Governor assured the redressal of all genuine demands on merit. He said that the UT government is committed towards equitable development of all regions and ensuring welfare of all sections of the society,” he added.
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