Breaking News : Online National Level Competition for Bookmark making and rangoli making       J&K reports highest single day spike of 1698 cases, covid-19 total 52410       Jammu Sanskriti School, Jammu celebrates National Sports Day with Ardor       Nitishwar Kumar appointed as Principal Secretary to Jammu and Kashmir LG      
It’s time for restoration of 4G mobile internet, political activity in J&K: Ram Madhav

 

It’s time for restoration of 4G mobile internet, political activity in J&K: Ram Madhav

Last Updated on : 22 May,2020 | Source : Universal News Timeline


New Delhi:
BJP national general secretary and party’s point man on Jammu and Kashmir, Ram Madhav has strongly pitched for the restoration of full-fledged political activity and high-speed mobile internet in the union territory.

He added that that the ‘special circumstances’ under which the Jammu and Kashmir were brought on August 5 last year are almost over.

Saying that the process which initiated with the abrogation of provisions of Article 370 almost 10 months ago, has come to a logical end with the notification of rules on J&K domicile, Madhav said that people in Jammu and Kashmir should be paid handsomely for their ‘openness’ to the new status while urging the G C Murmu-led administration to remove the ban on 4G mobile internet services.

In a reference to bureaucratic rule thriving in J&K since June 2018, Madhav said that it is time that the state is run by its people rather than the proverbial ‘steel frame’.

Welcoming the new domicile rules for J&K, Madhav said that they have brought the process initiated on August 5, 2019, in Jammu and Kashmir to a logical end and said that it is time that such important measures benefitting large sections of the population of the state attract the attention of many who shed ‘garrulous tears over neutralised terrorists and their incarcerated accomplices’.
“..the tragedy with J&K..it has always been seen from either a Pakistan prism or the prism of the terrorists. That there are millions of ordinary people both in Jammu and in Kashmir, who are far removed from terrorism and separatism, and want to lead life as peaceful citizens of the country,” he wrote in a newspaper article.
“The most significant change that has been brought about by the Narendra Modi government was to stop looking at Kashmir from a Pakistani or a terrorist prism. Instead, we started looking at it from the prism of its 12 million inhabitants. August 5, 2019, symbolises that shift in the government’s approach,” he said.
Madhav said that after living under the shadow of Article 370 for seven decades, the people of J&K have decided to give the new status a chance.
Quoting a Kashmiri proverb, Madhav said that from Islamabad to New York, many Islamists and their supporters are like Jackals howling at a feverish pitch against the peaceful shift that Jammu and Kashmir has seen but people here are largely calm.
“That is the reason why the region has been largely quiet in the last nine months. The detractors would attribute this calm to the excessive presence of security forces and arrests of leaders. Except for half-a-dozen senior leaders, most politicians have been released. The presence of security forces too has been rolled back significantly. Even then, people are not on the streets pelting stones and shouting azadi,” he wrote and pitched for restoration of normalcy in various ways.
“It is time the state administration appreciates this and pays the people handsomely for their openness,” Madhav said.
There were certain harsh measures like denial of 4G services, which were necessary under special circumstances, Madhav said.
“They can now be done away with, as the state administration and security apparatus are capable of handling difficult situations,” he said.



Sponsored by : Nexa Peaks Auto