Kashmir essential part of Modi’s New India journey: Dr Jitendra Singh

Kashmir essential part of Modi’s New India journey: Dr Jitendra Singh
Srinagar: Kashmir is an essential part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s New India journey, said Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh on Tuesday.
It is time to avail of the enormous new openings initiated over the last 8 years, which are shaping the destiny of 135 crore Indians, under the able guidance of Prime Minister, the minister said addressing a public gathering during the “Gareeb Kalyan Sammelan”, organised at the Bihishte Zahra Park in Budgam to mark the completion of eight years in service of the current government.
Dr Singh said that a three-tier system of government has been introduced for the first time in Jammu and Kashmir in seventy years and it will not be long before people get to see and feel the benefits of such a system.
Speaking on the occasion, the Minister deliberated on different centrally sponsored schemes and different initiatives launched by the Modi Government to ensure equitable development of people of Jammu and Kashmir, something which they had been deprived of for long for no fault of theirs.
The Minister also distributed benefits under Mudra, PM Svanidhi, Ayushman Bharat, PMAY-G and various agriculture and horticulture related schemes and distributed various logistics among them.
The Sammelan was also addressed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi through virtual mode from Shimla.
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Senior Commanders of the Indian Army and the Chinese PLA will meet “at an early date” for the 16th round of talks to achieve the objective of complete disengagement from all friction points along the LAC.

The 24th meeting of the Working Mechanism for Consultation and Coordination on India-China Border Affairs (WMCC) held on Tuesday agreed.

“They (the two sides) agreed to hold the next round of the Senior Commanders meeting at an early date to achieve the objective of complete disengagement from all friction points along the LAC in the Western Sector in accordance with the existing bilateral agreements and protocols,” the MEA said.

The two sides reviewed the situation along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the Western Sector of India-China border areas.

They recalled that since the last meeting of WMCC in November 2021, both sides have held the 14th and 15th meetings of the Senior Commanders in January and March 2022 respectively.

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