Separatists responsible for delaying progress works in Valley

The development works in the Kashmir valley were delayed throughout the summer months by Separatists who issued protest calendars after the killing of Hizbul Commander Burhan Wani.
Through which state suffers huge loss. This is not the first time when separatists stopped the progress work but instead of taking any remedy the state government put blame on them. Authorities should be strict towards the mainstream of separatists and punished them harshly so that in future they will not indulge in any mishappening. Even the Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said closing of doors on the members of all-party parliamentary delegation sent wrong signals. As the top leaders (MPs) of the country had come to “talk to them, but they did not open their doors (to the guests), a thing which has never happened. This sent wrong signals to the outside world. Instead of talking to them, separatists ignored the visiting leaders and continue to their unwanted protests in the valley. The situation could be normalized if they opened their doors to the visiting leaders. Even the CM was the first person to have written a letter to the separatists inviting them for talks.
Not this, the separatist leaders once again resume the agitation but this time on the name of West Pakistani Refugees (WPRs) so that they will indulge the government with stone pelters and the development works in the valley would not be completed.
Already the state government was trying to overcome the lost time and complete the envisaged projects within a month. Now the progress and development works resume in the valley with high speed so that the projects would be completed as soon as possible.
Though Srinagar holds a huge tourist retention potential and for that her government had decided to upgrade the civic and other facilities in the summer capital. She said given the fact that many heritage places and shrines exist in the city besides other attractions, it could be made a tourist stop after operationalising these upgraded facilities.

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