Social harmony,development must to restore JK’s pride: GOC
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Apr 28: The General Officer Commanding (GOC) of Srinagar based Chinar Corps Lt Gen S A Hasnain on Saturday said the social harmony clubbed with overall development and creation of employment opportunities, including self employment are needed to bring back and enhance Jammu and Kashmir’s pride.
Quoting the GOC, army’s Srinagar based spokesman said, “Time is ripe to fulfill the expectations of people in the post stabilization period.”
He said the GOC was speaking at the valedictory function of 2-day seminar “Enhancing Jammu and Kashmir’s Pride.” “Time is ripe to fulfill the expectations of people in the post stabilization period. Civil administration and media have to play an important role to enhance JK’s pride” the GOC said.
“The Corps Commander expressed satisfaction over the culmination of a profound and historic event in the history of JK. He said the aim set for the seminar was more than accomplished. The two days of free and frank opinion received from the speakers highlighted main issues including the security challenges and way ahead for the coming years,” the spokesman said.
“Major General Gurdeep Singh, General Officer Commanding, Counter Insurgency Force (Victor) highlighted the role of forces in further enhancing the pride and dignity in JK,” he added.
“Dr Shah Faisal, the pride of JK dwelt on various aspects which are needed by the Civil Administration and the people to contribute in enhancing the pride and dignity and Sameer Yasir from IUST spoke on media’s role in JK whereas Ajay Shukla deliberated upon the role of national media in JK. Nitin Pai highlighted issues of conflict management in the age of connectivity,” the spokesman said.
“Speakers projected the need for forces and media to work together towards peace and development of JK,” he added.
“This initiative of the Chinar Corps was appreciated by one and all. College students were pleased by the efforts put in by Army to make them realize their own ethos and cultural heritage and hoped that more such seminars will be conducted in future to further broaden their horizon,” the spokesman added.
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