In a significant address during his visit to Sopore, Jammu and Kashmir’s Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha, made a compelling plea to the people of the Union Territory. He urged them not to provide shelter to militants while underscoring the pivotal role of citizen cooperation in eradicating the lingering terror ecosystem from the region.
Sinha’s visit to Sopore carried a message of hope and progress, emphasizing the dramatic dismantling of the network that encompassed conflict profiteers, terrorists, and secessionists. This dismantling process has engendered a profound desire for peace, prosperity, and accelerated development in Jammu and Kashmir.
During his address to a gathering in Sopore, Sinha highlighted the remarkable progress achieved in various cities and towns within the Union Territory. He inaugurated several development projects and laid the foundation stones for others in the Baramulla district, further underscoring the commitment to the region’s growth and prosperity.
The Lieutenant Governor stressed that the administration had successfully disrupted the terror ecosystem. In this crucial moment, he called upon the citizens to support these efforts and entrust the remaining tasks to the dedicated police and security forces, who have been tirelessly working to ensure the safety and well-being of the people.
Manoj Sinha expressed optimism about Sopore’s future, envisioning the town regaining its status as a thriving business hub. He highlighted the town’s potential to evolve into a smart city, aligning with the aspirations of the local population.
One of the focal points of the visit was the Sopore fruit mandi, which holds the distinction of being Asia’s second-largest mandi. The Lieutenant Governor acknowledged the challenges faced by the mandi and pledged swift action to transform Sopore into a model town, making it a symbol of progress and prosperity.
As Jammu and Kashmir embark on a path of development and peace, the citizens’ support and cooperation are integral to achieving these objectives. Manoj Sinha’s visit to Sopore served as a testament to the region’s resilience and determination to create a brighter and more prosperous future for all its residents.