LG calls on Jammu and Kashmir youth to eliminate terror

SRINAGAR, May 21: Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Saturday said terrorism is the gravest threat to peace and prosperity as he called on the youth to actively isolate organisations and individuals “giving shelter and support to enemy of humanity”.
Sinha administered the Anti-Terrorism Pledge to senior officials – deputy commissioners and senior superintendents of police here at Raj Bhavan to mark the Anti-Terrorism Day, an official said.
“Terrorism is the gravest threat to peace and prosperity. On Anti Terrorism Day, let us resolve to eliminate terrorism and its ecosystem. I reaffirm our strong commitment to uphold peace and harmony and to defeat the forces of disruption threatening human lives”, observed the Lt Governor.
“No one will be allowed to create disturbances in Jammu Kashmir. We must join our efforts to demolish the terror activities and motivated propaganda being conducted from across the border. Society, especially the youth should work actively to isolate organizations and individuals giving shelter and support to the enemy of humanity,” the Lt Governor added.
The Lt Governor also paid homage to brave soldiers who sacrificed their lives to uphold country’s unity and territorial integrity.
The day is observed to generate awareness about the danger of terrorism and violence and its effect on the people, society and the country as a whole. (UNI)