Srinagar: In Uttar Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha said that he would come back to Uttar Pradesh (his native place) only after “making Jammu and Kashmir an integral part of India”.
He was speaking at a function after unveiling the statue of Ramnath Yadav, leader of Ghazipur’s Mohammadabad area.
He said it was a matter of pride for the country that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s voice was being heard all over the world through the G20 Summit.
“It is a matter of pride for our country that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s voice is being heard all over the world. Foreign heads of state are praising India and the prime minister. The countrymen are also happy that their country is moving towards progress. The public is appreciating the government,” he said.
Asserting that he needed people’s cooperation to fulfil his responsibility as the LG of Jammu and Kashmir, bestowed upon him by the prime minister, Sinha said he would come back to Uttar Pradesh only after uniting the "Union Territory’s" people through love and harmony and after “making Jammu and Kashmir an integral part of India”.
“Indianness is being inculcated in the minds of the people there through love. Not only the country, the entire world is noticing that there is happiness and peace there,” he added.