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Terrorism on deathbed in Jammu and Kashmir after Article 370 abrogation, says governor

The terrorist assault that occurred on Thursday within the Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir, leaving 5 troopers martyred and two injured, was referred to by Sinha as “unfortunate” Picture Courtesy PTI

On Friday, Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha declared that terrorism was dying within the valley and that the union territory’s safety scenario has improved since Article 370 was repealed.

The terrorist assault that occurred on Thursday within the Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir, leaving 5 troopers martyred and two injured, was referred to by Sinha as “unfortunate”.

He accused “our neighbour,” seemingly referring to Pakistan, of attempting to sabotage the tranquilly within the Kashmir Valley.

“It is a very unfortunate incident. We condemn such violence. Our neighbour has been doing such things to disturb peace in the valley. But it’s all in vain, as terrorism is on its deathbed in Kashmir,” Sinha mentioned.

“The security situation has improved to a large extent than what it was earlier, after the abrogation of Article 370,” he instructed reporters on the sidelines of a programme organised by the Calcutta Chamber of Commerce right here.

Whereas replying to sure queries by members of the chamber, Sinha additionally mentioned, “The security situation in Kashmir is better than that in Bengal.” Nevertheless, later, when quizzed by reporters in regards to the remark, he added: “My remarks should not be twisted politically, as I meant to say that the security situation in Kashmir is as good as in Bengal.”

(With company inputs)

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