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J-K Administration Under PM Modi's Leadership Established 'Decisive Domination' Over Terrorism: Amit Shah


Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that the present administration headed by LG Manoj Sinha has also delivered development to the people of Kashmir without any discrimination.

New Delhi: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday lauded the administration in Jammu and Kashmir for establishing "decisive domination" over terrorism under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. According to him, "Today, under the leadership of Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, Jammu and Kashmir is on the path of peace and development. Sinha has established decisive domination over terrorism there under the leadership of PM Modi."

The Home Minister was speaking after the unveiling of the 'Statue of Peace' of philosopher and social reformer Ramanujacharya in Sonawar.

In his virtual address, Shah said that the present administration headed by Sinha has also delivered development to the people of Kashmir without any discrimination.

"For a long time, the nation had a hope that Jammu and Kashmir will be irreversibly integrated with the nation by removal of Article 370 and Article 35A, and that hope was fulfilled by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. On 5 August 2019, a new era was established in Kashmir," he added, as quoted by news agency PTI.

"...The unveiling of the statue of peace in Srinagar is a good sign for the people of India, especially the people of Jammu and Kashmir," Shah said, as he expressed that he was feeling peace that the Surya (Sun) temple in Srinagar had been restored and renovated.

"I believe that the Statue of Peace will bring the blessings and teachings of Ramanujacharya to the people of all religions in Kashmir and take them on the path of peace and development," he added.

The Union Home Minister also took to Twitter and wrote: "Unveiled the statue of Swami Ramanujacharya ji, 'Statue of Peace' installed by Sri Yadugiri Yetiraj Mutth at Shuriyar Temple in Srinagar through video conferencing. This statue of Ramanujacharya ji installed in Kashmir will give a message of peace not only to Kashmir but also to the whole of India."

Speaking about the life and teachings of the philosopher at the event, Amit Shah mentioned that Ramanujacharya had worked mostly in South India but had visited Kashmir to procure an important manuscript called 'Bodayana Vritti', a treatise on the Brahma Sutras, as the only copy of this manuscript was in the royal library of the Valley.

"The King in Kashmir not only opened the doors of his library but also welcomed Swamy Ramanujacharya," he added.

The four-feet-tall statue depicts Ramanujacharya in a sitting posture with his hands folded. The 600-kg statue carved from white granite has been placed three feet above the ground.

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