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Wednesday, October 13, 2021

1990-like situation will not be created, terrorist network will be wiped out; Manoj Sinha assured the Hindus and Sikhs of Kashmir

Regarding the recent killings of Hindus and Sikhs in the Kashmir Valley, Union Territory LG Manoj Sinha has said that a situation like 1990 will not be allowed to happen. Along with this, he has also denied the exodus of people from minority communities from the Valley. He said that we will not allow 1990-like situation to arise once again in Kashmir and will uproot the roots of terrorism.

According to a report in The Tribune, Manoj Sinha termed the recent killings in Srinagar as a desperate attempt to disturb peace in the Valley. "Local terrorists with the help of their masters across the border are taking such steps to create fear psychosis especially among minorities. Terrorist groups want to create a situation like 1990," he said.

The Lieutenant Governor said that he wanted to assure the people of the Union Territory that he would not allow this to happen. Manoj Sinha said, "I have met representatives of the minority community and assured them of strengthening their security." Sinha, who returned from Delhi on Monday after meeting Union Home Minister Amit Shah, said, protect minorities. We have a national duty and we are committed to it.

Won't spare even employees sympathizing with terrorists

Referring to operations in Kashmir by security forces since yesterday, he said the government was committed to root out terrorism. The LG said, "Whether it is action against employees sympathetic to terrorists or punishing those who encroach on land belonging to the minority community, we will do whatever we can to destroy this ecosystem." "

Rumors told the news of migration, said - people are still here

On the number of Kashmiri Pandit families who migrated from Kashmir due to the killings, Sinha said it cannot be called an exodus. “Most of them are still here and they have been assured of adequate security. Rumors on social media have increased these fears. The reality is far from what is being propagated.