Govt Determined To Dismantle ‘Terror Ecosystem’: LG

Jammu- Accusing Pakistan of running the biggest “terror factory” in the world, the Union Territory Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha said on Thursday that his administration is determined to completely dismantle “terror ecosystem” and develop ‘Atma-Nirbhar’ Jammu and Kashmir.

Sinha made these remarks while paying homage to the fallen soldiers of 1971war, on the occasion of 50th Vijay Diwas here, an official spokesperson said Thursday. The LG, he said, asserted that the nation will always be indebted to the supreme sacrifice made by the brave soldiers, officers of army, navy and air force in the 1971 war.

“On this day in 1971, our brave soldiers and officers had not only changed the geography, but took a giant leap in establishing our country as a global super power,” Sinha said.

According to the official spokesperson, the LG noted that India has been a supporter of peace since ancient times and has never adopted the policy of expansionism despite being a super power.

“We have lived the values of peaceful coexistence, mutual harmony and believed in the philosophy of ‘Vasudhaiv Kutumbakam’. But, we never lowered our guard and successfully conquered every challenge,” the LG said.

Taking note of the alleged nefarious designs of the neighboring country to “create instability” in J&K, the LG, as per the official spokesperson said that the capability of our brave soldiers is proof that we are determined to protect our motherland.

“The neighboring country running the biggest terror factory in the world must remember the crushing defeats of 1947, 1965, 1971 and 1999,” Sinha said.

“We will not be deterred by terrorists. We will continue with our mission to develop Atma-Nirbhar Jammu Kashmir. But, we will not forget and we will not forgive those behind breeding terrorists. We are determined to completely dismantle their terror ecosystem,” he added.

Later, the LG released a ‘Special Cover’ and unveiled the mural of Ashok Chakra Awardee, Late ASI Babu Ram of J&K Police in presence of his family members.

Sinha also paid homage to the country's first Chief of Defense Staff, General Bipin Rawat, his wife and all 11 officers and soldiers who were killed in a helicopter crash recently.

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