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G-20 event in J&K
1/23/2023 10:35:12 PM
The government is gearing up to host events regarding G-20 meeting in Jammu and Kashmir.
Recently Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha while chairing a meeting at Jammu University directed the participants to create awareness about the G-20 event in Jammu and Kashmir by holding seminars and other related events.
LG Sinha sought active participation of educational institutions in the G20 meeting to be held in Jammu and Kashmir.
India is expected to host over 200 G20 meetings and events, with one of them likely in Srinagar in May, during its yearlong Presidency of the influential group which will culminate with an annual summit on September 9 and 10 in New Delhi.
Last month the government had constituted a high-level committee to oversee the preparations related to the G20 event in Jammu and Kashmir. The 17-member panel was directed to oversee the preparations related to the G20 event in the Union Territory.
Holding a G-20 event in the Union Territory is an achievement for the government. It is an indication that J&K is moving towards peace and prosperity.
By involving students and others in the G-20 event the government wants to send a message to the foreign dignitaries’ that J&K has changed and ahs changed for the good.
Just three years ago no one would have even imagined that Srinagar would host an international event and the delegates from the most powerful countries in the world would discuss the future strategies.
After abrogation of Article 370 on August 5, 2019, many things have changed in Jammu and Kashmir. All the confusions have been cleared as J&K’s complete merger with the Union of India have put all the controversies to rest.
As on date J&K is marching ahead on the path of peace, prosperity and development. Culture of stone-pelting and shutdowns has ended in Kashmir. Pakistan sponsored terrorism is on its last legs.
Jammu and Kashmir has witnessed unprecedented development during the past three years and by hosting the G-20 event in Srinagar the government has driven home a point that anyone can come to Kashmir as the influence of Pakistan sponsored terrorists and the separatists has ended.

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