The arrival of new Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha has raised hopes of people in J&K with most of them anticipating that UT will now get rid of rampant corruption, development deprivation and dearth of other services. The entry of a seasoned politician in the power corridor of J&K has come as ray of hope for the people who were despaired due to dark contours of life prevailing in UT with expectations getting dampened due to loads of problems including terrorism, joblessness, sick industry, poor business avenues, internet limitation, and coronavirus. The persona of the new incumbent is so inspiring that within days of his taking charge of J&K things have started taking turns towards positive side. The atmosphere is encouraging and it seems that all the challenges confronting J&K will soon be surmounted and people will take a sigh of relief rather than repenting which was the case earlier when the political governments took over the reins of erstwhile State of J&K. What looks to be different in the case of new LG is the fact that he has the ability to feel the pulse of people. His extraordinary praise of health workers and frontline corona warriors for the noteworthy role played by them in the containment and management of COVID-19 pandemic in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir shows that he will soon develop connect with the people, the thing which is missing in J&K since long. Also, his assertion about government mulling on providing additional support to COVID warriors apart from existing insurance cover of Rs 50 lakh holds much significance as far as people of J&K are concerned. His statements on curbing corruption and ensuring development besides holding dialogue with people make it clear that he means business and this time government has lot of things for J&K to cherish and prosper.
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