STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: After revocation of Articles 370 and 35A and subsequent decision of Centre to reorganise J&K State into two Union Territories, both the newly formed UTs will gain immensely in all spheres of development besides elimination of separatist ideology and terrorism from Kashmir Valley. These were the views expressed by various speakers during a day-long workshop organised by Prachar Vibhag of Bhartiya Shiksha Samiti (BSS) J&K on topic ‘Jammu Kashmir Naye Paripekshya’ here on Sunday. Prof Keshav Sharma, Dean Academic Affairs, University of Jammu was the Chief Guest whereas Rajendra Kumar, Regional Prachar Pramukh of BSS North Region was the key speaker. Ved Bhushan Chairman BSS J&K, Pradeep Rajya Pramukh BSS J&K, Dr Vivek Sharma, Prachar Prabhari J&K, Amit, Dr Naresh and others were also present on the occasion. Prof Keshav threw light on various aspects of business, economy and education, which got affected for seven long decades owing to Articles 370 and 35A. Both the newly formed UTs will usher in era of peace and development, he added. Rajendra Kumar dwelt in detail about damages caused by the discriminatory articles that were incorporated in the Constitution of India. It was due to these temporary provisions that separatist thought got fuel in Kashmir Valley, which ultimately led to mis-governance and emergence of terrorism, he added. On the occasion, inaugural edition of Bhartiya Shiksha Samiti J&K’s monthly E-Newsletter ‘Shiksha Sandesh’ was also launched by dignitaries. During second session, Prof Deepanker Sen Gupta, Department of Economics, University of Jammu spoke on different changes and transitions to follow in Jammu-Kashmir after revocation of Articles 370 and 35A. Pradeep spoke in length on ‘Accession Day’ of J&K with Union of India. On the occasion, Devender Sharma was appointed as Seh Prachar Pramukh whereas Dr Ajay Kumar was appointed as Seh Vidvat Pramukh. The programme concluded with formal vote of thanks by Dr Naresh.
Cops deployed outside Deepika Padukone’s residence
Drugs probe: Designer Simone Khambata reaches NCB guest house
NCB summons Deepika, Shraddha Kapoor, Sara Ali Khan in drugs case
Drugs probe: NCB may summon Deepika Padukone if needed
Paytm app removed from Google Play store
© 2020 State Times Daily Newspaper