Super 40: Help make Kashmir a 'paradise again': PM

19 Sep 2019 05:30 PM

Super 40: Help make Kashmir a 'paradise again': PM

Updated 19 Sep 2019 05:30 PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said here on Thursday that the BJP government had kept its promise and integrated Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh into India, and appealed to the people to help make it "a paradise again".

"Until now, the slogan was 'Kashmir Hamara Hai' but now 'Kashmir Ko Phir Se Swarg Banana Hai' should be our motto. Let us apply the soothing balm to the festering wounds of our Kashmiri brethren due to the problems created by the misrule of the past many decades," Modi urged.

He said the new resolve should be "Ab Naya Kashmir Banana Hai", "Har Kashmiri Ko Gale Lagana Hai" for which he sought the help of the people of Maharashtra.

"All attempts to destabilize India and Jammu and Kashmir are taking place from across the border. But, now the people there clamour for development, peace, jobs. I want all of you to come forward and help rebuild Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh," exhorted Modi 

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