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Minister Jitendra Singh Highlights 2 Crore Tourists in Kashmir, Cites Improved Security

  • Posted on December 24, 2023
  • Politics

Union Minister Jitendra Singh highlights a tourism surge of two crore visitors in Kashmir, attributing it to improved security. Despite recent security challenges, Singh reassures ongoing counter-terrorism efforts. He applauds the Supreme Court's support for Article 370 abrogation, declaring it a correction of a constitutional anomaly. Singh pledges comprehensive development for Kathua and encourages youth to contribute to India's 2047 vision.

Minister Jitendra Singh Highlights 2 Crore Tourists in Kashmir, Cites Improved Security Image Source

In a noteworthy revelation, Union Minister Jitendra Singh disclosed that approximately two crore tourists flocked to Kashmir in 2023. This surge in tourist numbers not only reflects the scenic allure of the region but also serves as a testament to the enhanced security situation prevailing in the Valley. Singh, speaking at a function in the Kathua district, emphasized the commendable efforts of security agencies in thwarting terrorist activities.

Addressing concerns about a recent attack in the Poonch district resulting in casualties among soldiers, Singh acknowledged the gravity of such incidents. He assured the public that the relevant agencies were diligently implementing measures to counteract such threats. Despite isolated security challenges, Singh underscored that characterizing the overall situation as deteriorating would be inaccurate.

Singh also commented on the Supreme Court's verdict on December 11, validating the government's decision to abrogate Article 370. He credited Prime Minister Narendra Modi for rectifying what he termed a "miscarriage of Constitution and democracy." Singh noted that even Jawaharlal Nehru, the architect of Article 370, had considered it temporary, yet subsequent leaders clung to it for vested interests.

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During his visit to Kathua, a segment of his Udhampur parliamentary constituency, Singh participated in a women's symposium and the 'Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra.' The latter initiative aims to raise awareness about the flagship schemes of the Centre among the people, transcending barriers of caste, color, and creed.

Singh expressed his commitment to developing Kathua comprehensively, intending to transform it into a model district not only for Jammu and Kashmir but for the entire nation. He asserted that in the last decade, the Udhampur-Kathua Constituency has witnessed unparalleled all-round development.

At the women's symposium, Singh urged students to embrace Prime Minister Modi's vision of a developed India by 2047. He highlighted the government's dedication to enhancing youth capacity building and urged the younger generation to contribute to realizing India's deserved glory by 2047.

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