Manoj Sinha makes vow as Jammu and Kashmir LG, says discourse with individuals will begin soon
Pitching for peace and steadiness in Jammu and Kashmir, the union territory's new lieutenant governor Manoj Sinha on Friday said the administration would quickly provoke direct talk with the humans to cease the state of affairs of uncertainty and the threat of terrorism.
Talking to newshounds after taking oath, Sinha termed August 5 an vital day in the records of Jammu and Kashmir. "After years of isolation, Jammu and Kashmir has joined the countrywide mainstream," he said.
Discussing the priorities of the administration, the 61-year-old former Union minister said, "We want to set up a communicate with the frequent human beings of Jammu and Kashmir.
"We do not have any agenda in that, there will be no discrimination towards anyone. Constitution will be Gita in that," he said.
Sinha, who was once administered the oath of workplace at a easy ceremony in the Raj Bhavan, stated the technique of direct speak with the human beings will be begin in a few days. "There ought to be peace and steadiness in Jammu and Kashmir. The scenario of uncertainty ought to end, terrorism have to end. Achieving all this alongside with accelerated improvement will be our aim, our mission," the lieutenant governor said.