Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, Manoj Sinha has said that no one will be allowed to harm the country’s unity and sovereignty and the government will not hesitate in dealing sternly with those involved in anti-national activities or creating hurdles in the path of peace in the union territory.
Speaking at an event, ‘Pedal For Peace’, organised by J-K Police in Srinagar, the L-G also said the time is over when attempts were made to buy peace in J-K and that the administration now works with the sole aim of establishing peace in the UT.
“No one will be allowed to harm the unity and sovereignty of the country. We want peace and brotherhood, but we will not hesitate in dealing sternly with those involved in anti-national activities or those creating hurdles in the path of peace in J-K,” he said.
Lauding the Jammu and Kashmir Police for its sacrifices, Sinha said important milestones, institutions or roads in the UT will be named after those personnel of police or other forces who have laid down their lives for the nation.
“The committee concerned has made a decision and the process will start from 30 September. There cannot be a much better way to honour the sacrifices of those people who have given their blood for saving J-K and the country. Many people have sacrificed their lives and I assure that the government will take care of the health, education and basic facilities of their families and children,” he said.