LG Guarantees Maximum Profit in J&K Investment | Calls for Gujarat’s Contribution to Sharda Peeth

LG Guarantees Maximum Profit in J&K Investment | Calls for Gujarat’s Contribution to Sharda Peeth I know that someone will invest only when there is profit. It is guaranteed that maximum profit will come from investing in Kashmir, said the Lieutenant Governor of Jammu & Kashmir, Shri Manoj Sinha speaking at the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit’s session on ‘Investment Opportunities in J&K’. Investing in Jammu and Kashmir means investing in India. Invest in strengthening the unity and integrity of India, LG added. I want to request you to invest so that you can contribute in making Jammu and Kashmir an integral part of India. The country’s Parliament definitely passed the resolution unanimously. That Kashmir is and will remain an integral part of India, the decision taken after 5 August 2019 was due to the willpower of the Prime Minister. Gujarat has made a big contribution, today we are the fifth largest economy. Vibrant Gujarat has contributed in becoming the fifth largest economy. Prime Minister said that Gujarat is becoming the gateway of the entire country. It is good that the gateway is Gujarat, but the country’s Sharda Peeth is in Kashmir, which initiated the country for a long time, gave it direction and knowledge, LG said. Gujarat should also contribute in building the country’s Sharda Peeth. Here there are echoes of sages and Sufi saints, from Lord Shankar to Mata Vaishno Devi tradition has been respected every moment and the people there naturally intend to increase the composite culture. In a short period of time, there are some wounds which have not healed completely but every effort is being made to heal them, LG said. There has been a big change in these last four years. Last to last year one crore twenty two lakh tourists came to Kashmir. In 2023, the tourist figure crossed more than 2 crores.

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